College Freshman 2013-12-03T02:24:19Z
It's still a college campus, in that respect. But it's not a problem. We have smaller parties on campus, but the majority of parties are at other schools.
College Freshman 2013-11-07T19:44:52Z
No one here judges you whether you do or don't drink.
College Junior 2013-06-18T00:29:01Z
There's not a huge drug scene, or at least not a hugely visible one. There's pot around, and I've heard rumors of stimulant use, but that's about it except for alcohol. There's not much peer pressure unless you go to the parties, and even then saying no is all you have to do. Policy is enforced by the school... at least when infractions are known about. Students don't always card well at parties, so underage drinking does happen. (Case in point: I was offered a beer by the host of a party I was at about a month after I started at SBC. I was seventeen, and she didn't bother checking my age.)
College Sophomore 2013-04-23T20:27:07Z
Alcohol is very easy to get a hold of and you are sure to see your share of drunks shambling around on Thursday nights when Boathouse is going on. I haven't seen or heard of other drugs being prominent, but alcohol is definitely everywhere.
College Sophomore 2013-03-25T03:25:12Z
Many women, especially underage, can get their hands on alcohol when there are boathouse o other big events on campus. My first semester boathouse parties did not check your ID and did not care what one did as long as the $5 fee was paid.
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