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Pledges by college students to eschew drugs and alcohol are old hat.It goes beyond the wellness and substance-free residential halls found at some colleges.At the start of a recent class, "Healthy Brains, Healthy Bodies," the auditorium full of students stood with eyes closed for a few minutes of meditation.If you're caught with either in the environment, you're thrown out, Hudziak said.That makes for a quieter dorm, said freshman Cole Spaulding as he worked out in the dorm's fitness center on a recent evening.After a recent evening meditation class in the dorm, Hannah Bryant, of Brewster, Massachusetts, said her choice to join Wellness Environment already has paid off.
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