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Xanax on Campus

Xanax on Campus

Ben Elfland, Senior Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

Filed under Campus, Headliners, News

Photo Illustration/ Alek Fleury and Genevieve Winn First-year Joe Smith, a pseudonym, popped four bars of Xanax at 1 a.m. one Friday. The next thing he knew he was lying in his Harris Millis dorm bed, 40 hours and nine bars later, at 5 p.m. that Saturday. He had attended two Friday morning engineering...

You can prevent DUIs to save lives

You can prevent DUIs to save lives

Staff Editorial

September 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

One week ago, a member of our staff was at a small party on campus, drinking with eight of her friends in a residential hall. As the night went on, the group got rowdier. At 11 p.m. one of the party attendees, a sophomore with a car on campus, suggested the group drive downtown to look at Lake Cha...

Students turning to drugs to excel in school

April 27, 2016

Filed under Life

Have you ever found yourself panicking that you have yet to study for an exam or write your paper, due in only a few hours?If so, you’re certainly not alone. But what happens when you feel like the only option is to use “smart drugs” to get it all done?Across the U.S., college students are turni...

WinterFest: University’s hypocrisy in school party

Ariana Arden

February 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion

WinterFest happened last week, and we all know what that means. The University Program Board had activities coming out its ass; there was a fun, new UVM beanie going around and everyone gets hyped over that feature band that no one has really heard of anyway (but we all pretend to because w...

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