Aside from alcohol, marijuana is seen occasionally, but it's not a noticeable part of student life. Students can get it if they know who to talk to, but no one will force anyone to do it. It's out there, but it's not visible. Other hard drugs are available, too, but they're even less visible than marijuana.
Alcohol is a different story than hard drugs because alcohol use has gotten out of hand. Recent alcohol-related deaths and arrests of Bradley students have made administrators call for a crackdown on drinking, so the campus has quieted down a bit. Bradley students like to drink, but the problem here seems to be a lack of responsibility. Many students still drink despite efforts from administrators and police to curb the problem. However, people seem to stick to small gatherings or off-campus bars for their weekend fun rather than all-out parties, which has made campus quieter. However, one problem that seems to be slowly creeping up on campus is the abuse of prescription drugs. Sure, some students need Adderall or Ritalin and have a prescription for it, but some students who don't need it have started taking it, and some who do need it are taking more than they need so they can stay up all night to study for a test or write a paper. Once again, just as with marijuana and other hard drugs, the abuse of prescription drugs isn't visible or out of control, but it does exist.