Amanda started smoking in fifth grade, and by age 13, she smoked every day. Over time, smoking crept into every corner of her life. While in college, newly engaged—and still smoking a pack a day—Amanda learned she was pregnant. She tried to quit, but juggling work and classes was stressful.
Marijuana is everywhere these days: the news, on TV, in ardent political discussions about medicinal pot. Then, of course, there is the popular stereotype about college students and pot - you know, that all college kids do is smoke. But what about college girls? Do they use marijuana as much as their male peers? In an article for Her CampusAmanda First investigates about the relationship between female college students and the most popular illicit drug.
Sitting amidst the smoke and smell of burning cigarettes, Julie Jenner, 17, who has been smoking Marlboros for two years, explained that students there usually gathered in groups according to their social clique, or sometimes by cigarette brand, rather than by age or grade. But as long as you have it here, you might as well. But the school's principal, Mark Smith, and the Superintendent of New Canaan Schools, William French, said they did not think the existence of a smoking area within the school encouraged students to smoke, or to smoke more. I think it's a much more honest situation than forcing smokers to meet at the end of the playing field or to gather secretly in the washroom. Smoking is an individual personal decision and as such is an accepted part of our society.
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