Starting in 2017, high school graduates in one Colorado county will be able to turn to a college scholarship funded by marijuana tax.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota's receiving options will be limited in Monday night's national championship against Ohio State.
College athletes will no longer face a year's suspension for testing positive.
A US district court judge in Missouri ruled Friday that a technical college violated the Fourth Amendment's protections against unreasonable searches and seizures when it ordered all students to submit to mandatory, suspicionless drug tests.
On a warm spring afternoon at American colleges, the intoxicating aroma of surely medicinal marijuana will be floating like a soft caress in the breeze, and hard-working students will be stocking up on amphetamine cocktails to sharpen their overstressed young minds for the coming exams.
The NCAA is reducing the threshold for a positive result for marijuana, meaning that student athletes who smoke pot are more likely to be caught. At the same time, however, it is recommending reducing the penalty for those testing positive for marijuana.
Over at Flex Your Rights, we've been getting a lot of questions lately about how to protect your rights when you're living in a college dorm.
A House panel voted Wednesday to ban medical-marijuana use and possession on college and university campuses, setting the stage for a lawsuit.
Hey dude, can we talk? Marijuana advocates who say pot is safer than alcohol want colleges to wade into a hazy debate over whether schools' tough pot penalties are actually worsening their drinking woes.