In an article in The New York Times on campus reactions to Governor Nelson Rockefeller’s proposed drug laws requiring mandatory life sentences without parole for all drug users, dealers and those convicted of drug related crimes, Michael T. Kaufman quoted an anonymous Vassar student.  “’I deal to make a little money and provide a service to my friends,’ she said, adding that this made her a dealer.  A pusher, the student commented, is someone intent on expanding his business primarily to make a good deal of money.  The student said she did not think the bill, if enacted, would in any way stop her from selling.”