Inside the Wesleyan Molly Bust

By Emily Greenhouse Around 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, February 22nd, Zachary Kramer, a sophomore at Wesleyan University, realized his classmate Abhimanyu Janamanchi had stopped breathing. The night before, Janamanchi had been at a party at the Eclectic Society, a kind of alternative anti-fraternity on campus, where New York DJs called Swim Team performed. “Come to eclectic this Saturday night to experience their phresh club workouts,” a freshman had advertised on a student blog, promising beats “spanning the realm of dance musics from leftfield juke to jersey bangers.” Jungle juice came around, students packed the sweltering dance floor and shortly after midnight Janamanchi started to feel unwell. He called Kramer to come pick him up. A student at the party later told police that Janamanchi was “having trouble walking.” Read the full article here:

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