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Ruling Topples Arizona Law Restricting Medical Marijuana on College Campuses

The decision vacates the conviction of a man whose ASU dorm room was searched after police found him with a medical marijuana ID card in his pocket.

State Colleges Now Teaching Cannabis, and Harvard Is Playing Catch-Up

Getting into the industry doesn’t mean you have to shell out big bucks at a school like Harvard, which recently announced a class for post-grad students.

Arizona Supreme Court to Hear Lawsuit Over Medical Marijuana on Campus

A court case that could have broad implications for patients, the Arizona Supreme Court will hear a challenge to a state law outlawing medical cannabis on college campuses.

Meet 10 Students Changing Global Drug Policy Right Now

Next Gen Up: "SSDP is this vehicle that you can drive towards change. It completely transformed my life. It was my entry into the world of activism and changing shit.”

The Epic Iowa Saga of ‘Cy the Cyclone’ and a Most Dangerous T-Shirt

A student group had to take Iowa State University to court just to put a cannabis leaf on a T-shirt.

Colleges Ease Athlete Punishments for Cannabis

Colleges across the country have been slowly easing penalties facing student–athletes who fail screenings for cannabis, a new Associated Press analysis has found.

University of Alabama Now Drug Tests Fraternities, Pushing Some Toward Riskier Substances

The school's decision to drug test Greek organizations has led to reports of increased use of prescription drugs like Xanax, which leave the body quickly but are more dangerous.