A standard threshold for determining whether a driver is too intoxicated to safely operate a vehicle in the United States is if their blood alcohol content level (BAC) is at .08 percent or higher.
Legal experts often refer to the crime of drunk and disorderly conduct as a "catchall offense." It's believed that it's referred to as such largely because individuals are often arrested for this crime when police fail to be able to identify any other crime a disruptive individual should be charged with.
Maybe you waited too long to start studying for finals, and now you need to cram. Perhaps you have a huge project and you need to stay up all night to finish it. Many freshman and sophomores struggle to adjust to the workloads in college. Concerns about failing a course or receiving a grade that results in a loss of a scholarship can drive students to make bad decisions.
Many assume that because their jurisdiction is smaller, a campus police patrol's law enforcement capacity is inferior to that of larger police forces. This is far from the case.
If belonging to the "in" crowd requires you to take part in using or possessing drugs, then you might want to reconsider who you typically surround yourself with.