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Written by Juan Ramirez
Students living on campus feel as though the campus police and RAs are more concerned with getting them in trouble than keeping them safe. There are strict rules about noise, alcohol, and drugs in the dorms. Although violation of these rules are dealt with through school and not through the police, students still feel that UCSD can be unnecessarily strict with its on-campus students.
If students living on campus are responsible and generally follow the campus rules, then they do not have problems with the Campus Security officers. As long as parties are kept small, inside, and reasonably quiet, good times can be had in the dorms and in the on-campus apartments.
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