With Colorado in its fifth year of permitting the sale of recreational cannabis, Denver drew thousands for the world’s “largest 4/20 event.” By Anna Haynes
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CU’s Psychedelic Club held the symposium to educate students about drug policies and advocate for greater acceptance. By Tory Lysik
As “4/20” approaches, a church co-founder discusses the church’s history and why it is such a symbol in marijuana culture. By Robert Tann
CU’s first Symposium on Drugs featured local speakers advocating for a change in U.S. drug policy. By Robert Tann
The CUI sent a reporter and photographer to Denver to cover the 4/20 celebration. This is what they found. By Sam Klomhaus
The cast of CU Taboo discusses the massively popular “marijuana holiday” 4/20.
The CU Independent examines what 4/20 means to the people of Boulder since the legalization of marijuana and the shutdown of the annual gathering on campus.
The CU campus will be closed from noon to 6 p.m. April 20 to anyone without a campus ID or visitor’s pass. By Alison Noon
By Nick Stollings: Was the heavy police presence a success to ending 4/20 or overkill?
By Gabriel Larsen:
Second consecutive campus lock-down diverts smokers to Denver’s Civic Center Park.