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
CU’s Psychedelic Club held the symposium to educate students about drug policies and advocate for greater acceptance. By Tory Lysik
Lapses in communication between dorm residents and CSO officers have led to confusion. By Robert Tann and Heidi Harris
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Khalifa’s newest mixtape has creative beats with jazzy vibes that will please the stoner crowd, but a sober listen reveals a lack of depth. By Sam Danshes
The culture of drug use on college campuses is dangerous to students and should be viewed with skepticism. By Carlisle Olsen
CUI’s controversial news podcast this week takes on the issue of regulating pot.
Taking advantage of your age by binging on marijuana and alcohol can have adverse consequences. By Will Witt
Weed journalism is here to stay, and the new documentary “Rolling Papers” takes an inside look at media’s newest specialization. By Alec Moylan
DENVER (AP) — Thursday’s raids underscored how state legalization doesn’t remove risk from an industry that violates federal drug law.