“But everybody knows that smokin’ ain’t allowed in school.” – Brownsville Station
Some University of Alberta graduate students want the province to roll any tax revenue raised from the legal sale of marijuana into mental-health and addictions programs.
A college in the Atlantic Canadian province of New Brunswick plans to institute a program on marijuana cultivation
Gonzo Nieto of Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy believes pot’s regulation will reduce youth access
Cannabis is fast becoming a legitimate business, worth $3bn a year. And Oaksterdam University aims to capitalise on that
“I know there are so many kids in this state and across the country who can benefit from this.”
As protesters in Baltimore set fire to buildings and vehicles last Monday to protest the death of Freddie Gray, protesters in the Mexican state of Guerrero drove a burning truck into the congressional building in the capital Chilpancingo.
Over the weekend, the remains of one of the 43 students missing from Guerrero, Mexico, were identified by DNA evidence.
The scene could be any classroom in any institute of higher learning: A lecturer goes into great detail about a complex topic. Students, in turn, scribble notes and wonder quietly what information they might need to retain for the final exam.
Mexican federal forces disarmed a southern city’s entire police corps and took over security Monday after officers were accused of colluding with a gang in violence that left 43 students missing.