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News Update: Colorado Legislature, Colorado Roads

News Update: Colorado Legislature, Colorado Roads

September 7, 2017

In May 2017, as students were celebrating graduation festivities, Colorado lawmakers were toasting a few accomplishments from their 2017 legislative session. A bill was approved to initiate a “study” expa...

Meet the Editor: Scott Bright

Meet the Editor: Scott Bright

September 7, 2017

Scott Bright--he sweats diligence and eats commitment for breakfast. He’s the Secretary of Student Government, a psychology major with an emphasis in...

Initiative 300 and the International Church of Cannabis

Initiative 300 and the International Church of Cannabis

April 19, 2017

4/20 might be extra hazy this year with Initiative 300 in place, Colorado’s new social-marijuana law. Passed in November, the purpose of the initiative is...

Taking the High Road: The Facts on Marijuana-Impaired Driving

Taking the High Road: The Facts on Marijuana-Impaired Driving

February 16, 2017

Since the legalization of recreational marijuana here in Colorado, driving high has been a major safety concern. Everyone wants their roads to be safe,...

Cannabis-Induced Illness Increases in Colorado

Cannabis-Induced Illness Increases in Colorado

January 31, 2017

You’ve just had an awful morning of repeated and undignified puking.  The only relief is offered in the comfort of long, soothing showers.  Sitting on ...

Ask Scott: Acceptance

Ask Scott: Acceptance

October 12, 2016

This election is no doubt divisive. I have happened to lose many friends since the beginning of this election cycle and I fear I may have more to lose the closer we get to the 8th. My question to you is: what do you recommend I do to maintain my remaining friendships, even if we happen to disagree politically? -From Politigate