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Written by Michelle Rosmarin
One would be naïve to claim that drugs did not have a noticeable presence on campus. However, it's not like when walking from the student center to your dorm someone is going to offer you crack (although during finals week many people might consider searching for it). The drug scene is such that one can usually avoid it fairly effortlessly. Marijuana is clearly the narcotic of choice, based on what you'd see at a party and by reading the campus police notes in the school newspaper, and almost all students agree that heavier drugs such as coke or ecstasy are virtually nonexistent. While there is definitely a sizeable contingent of drug users on campus relative to the number of students, those choosing not to become involved are not hindered in their activities or harassed by others.
Whether people choose to indulge in drugs and alcohol is their own decision, and either way, you are still going to be respected at Xavier. If you were looking for drugs, chances are, you could ask around and find someone involved in the drug scene, but its visibility is so low that you could go about your normal daily routine without being exposed to drugs, and could even go to parties where alcohol is the only drug involved. It is safe to say that the drug scene qualifies as a seedy underbelly of the campus at best.
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