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Jamie Cuchiaro discusses the difference between some of the 120 known cannabinoids in the new Cannabinoid Research Center in the Colorado State University Yates Chemistry building. The lab was a 1.5-million-dollar gift from CSU alumna Leslie Buttorff, CEO of Panacea Life Sciences. Buttorff stated, “What we want to do is find unique cannabinoids that can help people, natural remedies to get rid of big pharma medicine that people have.” Oct. 19. (Garrett Mogel | The Collegian)

CBD could make or break your finals anxiety

Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director May 4, 2022

Cannabidiol is a nonpsychoactive component of cannabis that interacts with CB1 and CB2 receptors in the human body. It’s grown into a wildly popular cultural phenomenon over the last several years, likely...

(Graphic illustration by Sophia Sirokman | The Collegian)

‘How High’: the perfect cannabis movie for finals

Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director May 2, 2022
Ahead of finals, we thought it would be funny to review this movie, as it features weed and college as its main plot elements. We had no idea what we were getting into.
(Graphic Illustration by Trin Bonner | The Collegian)

Democrats still refuse to prioritize cannabis. Why?

Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director April 27, 2022

Editor’s Note: This is an opinion article from The Collegian. All opinion content reflects the views of the individual author only and does not represent a stance taken by The Collegian or its editorial...

A photo illustration of marijuana packed in a bowl that sits in a bong Sept. 7, 2021.

Study researches the safety of secondhand bong smoke

Elizabeth White, Cannabis Reporter April 20, 2022

Everyone knows about the dangers of secondhand tobacco smoke, but what about cannabis? In a recent study published in JAMA Network Open, researchers found smoking cannabis with a bong in a house produced...

(Graphic Illustration by Falyn Sebastian | The Collegian)

Cannabis may be on its way to helping with epilepsy

Grayson Acri, Cannabis Reporter April 19, 2022

Nothing rocks the traditional drug treatment model quite like cannabis. Medical cannabis is often approved long before its recreational use. We are a far cry from fully understanding cannabis, but we do...

(Graphic Illustration by Abby Flitton | The Collegian)

Embark on a listening journey with these blazed bops on 4/20

Maddy Erskine, Arts and Culture Editor April 19, 2022

Happy 4/20! Today, no one can judge you for lighting up in the morning and spending the whole day dazed, confused and, hopefully, giggly and happy.  And of course, nothing pairs better with this holiday...

Students walk by a sticker on an emergency call box to the north outside Albert C. Yates Hall March 29.

What’s the deal with these Ganja Goods stickers?

Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director April 18, 2022

A few weeks ago, I noticed some stickers around campus. They were advertising a business called Ganja Goods. I was curious. Once I started noticing them, I saw them everywhere: on a lamppost outside...

A cannabis flower bud rests on the rim of a glass of New Belgium Brewings Old Aggie lager

Beer Edition: The perfect puff for the perfect pour

Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director April 13, 2022
For those who know what kind of beer they like and are looking to branch out, check out our list of ideal beer and cannabis pairings.
Dr. Keith Villa looks at some beer.

Beer Edition: The connection between bud and beer

Grayson Acri, Cannabis Reporter April 11, 2022

On first inspection, it may seem beer and cannabis are fundamentally opposed. After all, they are made of different plants and used in different settings. You wouldn’t want to smoke a joint at a football...

New Mexico vs. Colorado: How are cannabis laws different?

Grayson Acri, Cannabis Reporter April 6, 2022

As the first Colorado-bordering state to legalize recreational cannabis sales, New Mexico began retail cannabis sales April 1. The Colorado cannabis legalization amendment, Amendment 64, was passed in...

Dewayne Benjamin and Mayor Hancock

Pot hospitality arrives in Denver — is Fort Collins next?

Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director April 4, 2022

Gov. Jared Polis joined the ceremonial ribbon cutting of Colorado’s first licensed cannabis consumption lounge last Wednesday. Tetra Private Lounge and Garden, located in Denver’s River North Art...

(Graphic Illustration by Trin Bonner | The Collegian)

Killed bill: Proposed worker cannabis use protections shut down in committee

Elizabeth White, Cannabis Reporter April 4, 2022

The Colorado House Committee on Business Affairs & Labor voted unanimously last month to kill House Bill 22-1152, a bill that would have prohibited employers from firing employees for their recreational...

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