University of South Dakota considering smoking bans on campus
Recently, the Student Government Association at the University of South Dakota gave university administrators a resolution that would ban cigarette smoking on campus.
Currently, students aren't allowed to smoke within 25 feet of campus buildings, according to ValleyNewsLive.com. The smoke-free policy that could happen next fall would ban cigarette smoking everywhere on campus.
This new college smoking ban would be the latest in a string of campuses that are going smoke-free in 2012. If you're a college student who smokes cigarettes, you might want to rethink your habit and switch to electronic cigarettes, which aren't usually under such jurisdiction.
With e-cigs, there's no tobacco to burn, so you don't have to worry about putting yourself and your peers at risk from the dangers associated with smoke. You can vape with an electronic cigarette in many places that you can't smoke traditional cigarettes, as the vapor is odorless.
You'll still be able to get your nicotine fix, and you can choose the level of nicotine you want to use in your device, as well as a variety of delicious flavors. Check out Revolver's great selection so you won't have to deal with campus smoking bans.
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