Kirk Chamberlain, Marist College
Being blunt may not work, but you don’t have to say goodbye to your pipe dream just yet.
Nora Weiss, George Washington University
The media’s emphasis on the benefits of marijuana may be leading adolescents astray.
Brett Hintz, University of Texas at Austin
Between stress related to COVID-19 and burnout, more students have started using recreational marijuana over alcohol and cigarettes.
The cannabinoid is becoming increasingly popular. Keep an eye out for these creations the next time you are at your local headshop.
Your life is hectic enough. Maybe this can provide a little bit of help.
It has exploded in popularity, but can it actually improve your health in any way?
Alexa Katherine Will, University of Pittsburgh
The podcast is a must-listen that will leave you educated, empowered and connected to those around you.
McKenna Uzelac, Columbia University
The boredom brought on by quarantine has caused many young people to increase their marijuana use. But is a fun pastime turning into reliance?
It doesn’t just help you relax; it might actually be good for you as well.
This cross between two different sativa strains results in something particularly nice-smelling.
You don’t have to be from the British Isles to get some benefit from these products.
Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
Instead of investing your time in weed, you should invest your time in investing in weed.
Melissa Lee, State University of New York at Oswego
Turns out the whole Permit Patty thing is a little more racist than we thought.
Dominique Bander, Loyola University Maryland
By setting aside revenue from their cannabis tax, Pueblo County has funded over 420 scholarships that send high school graduates to local colleges.
Alida Siebken, Radford University
You no longer need a dealer to get pot in California because marijuana shops open their doors to recreational sales to everyone.
Amelia Williams, City College of San Francisco
In San Francisco, even the techies have weed subcultures.
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