These college students aren’t nodding off. They’re meditating.


 “….(University of Vermont) the university is expanding a dormitory program where drugs and alcohol are out and round-the-clock incentives for healthy living are in. The first-year project, called the Wellness Environment, includes 120 freshmen chosen from three times that number of applicants. Because of its popularity, the program will nearly quadruple next academic year and move to a second residence hall. ‘If they can get really good health habits now, we’ve done our job,’ said Annie Stevens, vice provost for student affairs.”

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