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The weekend party scene: one college student's story
I Didn't drink alcohol during my first two years of college. There were sorority parties every Friday night where I was usually one of the only sober people around, watching as others got "buzzed." After a while it seemed so hard to be the only one not drinking. I can remember thinking that I was tired of being good. So I joined my friends and started drinking at the parties.
I had never drunk before; I hadn't been the least bit interested. None of my old friends ever talked about it or did it. Growing up feeling it wasn't an activity I wanted to be involved in, I didn't think anything would be different when I went to college.
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