College Collage by Scott Haworth

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Sex, drugs and Karl Marx. Nick Bowman knows that is what the college experience is really all about. The Ohio State University is wasting his tuition money and all the other students seem too drunk to notice. At first the only thing that seems worse than the school's bureaucracy are Nick's two roommates. Drew Gaul would do much better academically if having sex and consuming alcohol were majors. Chris Dawson, a conservative Christian, appears to be Nick's enemy in the culture war. Nick quickly finds that his first impressions of his roommates are not entirely accurate. The three young men are inseparable by the end of their first quarter at OSU in the autumn of 2001. The fun times do not last for long though. Nick's roommates are on a collision course that threatens both their friendship and their lives.

About Scott Haworth

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Scott Haworth earned a bachelor's degree in history and political science from Ohio State in 2004. His other works include "American Liberation Front" and "The Unlikely Defenders." He currently lives in Columbus, Ohio.
Published January 13, 2013 by Scott Haworth. 233 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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