A guy in the dorms would wake up in the morning feeling sluggish and experiencing abdominal pains. This went on for a week or two before he sought medical attention at Cowell. After the exam the doctor asked the student if he was gay. The student responded that he was not. The sluggishness was due to heavy drug use.
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Back when I was in college just a few years ago, I made one of the biggest mistakes I have probably ever made. If only those kinds of stories were real. I lived on campus at the dorms and did things most students do — study, sleep and occasionally party. In my case, I was fairly focused on earning good grades because my ultimate goal was to graduate with a high GPA so that I could get a spot at Wharton Business School. I had plenty of friends at the time; some happened to be gay and others, straight.
The scene was one of 'controlled chaos': hundreds of students openly smoking drugs, shot-gunning beer and performing lewd dance moves as the first weekend of Spring Break got underway on Fort Lauderdale 's Las Olas Beach. Others could be seen swigging from bottles of vodka and whiskey or guzzling tequila hidden in water pistols while some had to be helped off the sand after becoming too drunk to stand. All of that in defiance of a 'zero tolerance policy' towards drugs and alcohol on the beach and a heavy police presence that included K-9 and mounted units. One local cop told DailyMail. This isn't even a particularly busy day.
Gay men have always been part of the American military. In an era before gay marriage or open pride, military men fell in love, formed passionate friendships and had same-sex encounters. Due to social and official discrimination, though, most of their stories have gone untold.