In 1999 the rampant crack-cocaine epidemic turned Richmond into the murder capital of the South. Fifteen years later, the city has dropped its former reputation, but cocaine and its addictive properties are still seeping into the city’s underground economy and its constituents’ bloodstreams.
Students who are recovering from alcohol or substance abuse may soon have a student organization of their own.
I am lost. I am essentially dependent on, and most likely addicted to, computers.
Students met this week with Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter, Michael Moss, author of, “Salt Sugar Fat,” continuing a tradition of the University College’s summer reading program.