Without further ado, I give you "A is for Adderall" from the University of Alabama Crimson White.
"Jennifer" doesn't fit the typical profile of a drug abuser. She is a good student, highly regarded on campus, a leader in her sorority, an active member of prestigious honor societies and she goes to church every Sunday.
But before every test in her difficult nursing major, Jennifer pops a pill to help her study.
"Beth" is also at the top of her class. She has never received a grade lower than an A on a paper, and the English major writes many. She is an engaging leader in her class and a member of selective honor societies.
But she too has used something besides coffee to keep her going throughout those 10-page papers.
Maybe it's the after-school special quality of the reportage or the fact that students (and professors) have been abusing Adderall and Ritalin for the last ten years, make this story dramatic, yet not-so-newsworthy...