Four University of Maine freshmen (quick learners, eh?) face felony drug trafficking charges following a marijuana investigation that started at the beginning of the semester, officials said.
The arrests followed the seizure of a pound of marijuana from a vehicle in which two of the suspects were riding, said university Police Chief Noel March, whose office teamed up with the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency in the investigation.
"A pound of marijuana's a big transaction on our campus," March said Monday. "It's the largest I've seen on campus in one transaction."
So, which is worse? Finding out your 18-year old is a drug dealer or finding out your 18-year old is hopelessly narcissistic?
Today's college students are more narcissistic and self-centered than their predecessors, according to a comprehensive new study by five psychologists who worry that the trend could be harmful to personal relationships and American society.
"We need to stop endlessly repeating, 'You're special,' and having children repeat that back," said Jean Twenge , the study's lead author and a professor at San Diego State University. "Kids are self-centered enough already."