Drinking, drug use in University housing

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  • Lisa Persson
Mar. 04, 2014
At the University of Minnesota, some dorms see more crime than others. Various residents break the rules - and laws - of their student housing. Read the full story.
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A freshman cuts lines of a form of MDMA commonly referred to as Molly on Friday night.
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Before going out on Friday night, a freshman pours a shot in a dorm room.
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A student shotguns a beer in a dorm lobby on Friday night.
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Friends share an electronic cigarette in a dorm room on Friday night.
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In preparation to snort a form of MDMA commonly known as Molly, a freshman rolls up a $100 bill on Friday night.
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Prior to going to a rave, two freshmen prepare to snort a line of Molly on Friday in a Superblock dorm.
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A freshman transfers ground marijuana into a pill bottle for discreet storage to bring with her when she goes out on Friday.
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