Drug use is extremely common on college campuses in the U.S. In fact, recent studies show that attending college full time doubles your likelihood of abusing drugs or alcohol—as compared to not attending college at all.
With more states beginning to legalize marijuana use, either medically or recreationally, it is important for those who live in states where marijuana is illegal to be aware of the potential consequences.
Slip and fall accidents with injury will happen, but not likely on a banana peel.
Cold weather is nothing new to most Missourians. Still, with winter’s ice and snow come the increased possibility motorists will get into an accident, thanks to potentially reckless driving.
Almost everybody has heard of Miranda Rights and “the right to remain silent.” It’s a familiar concept, but it’s tough to keep your cool when you feel like a deer in the headlights. When the police accuse somebody of a crime there’s a rush of adrenaline, anxiety and fear that may override more logical responses. Silence remains the best way to protect your individual rights. A case in point comes from New Orleans, where a prosecutor tricked suspects into talking when they didn’t legally have to.
It sometimes seems like law enforcement has it in for high school and college students. Other people can get home from the bars without being pulled over. But if you have your school decal in the window, there are the spinning lights.