Sunday, September 22, 2019
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For many centuries now, marijuana has been used for various purposes.
Marijuana is now recreationally legal in two states.
Marijuana use is one of the most fiercely debated topics in the U.S. today.
Ganja, hookah, pot, grass, Mary Jane, Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) whatever you want to call it, we all know about marijuana.
What if there was some kind of super crop that cured fatal diseases such as cancer and epilepsy, made great building materials, was a renewable eco-friendly resource and could seriously bring in some money?
Some of the SU community may have missed the post-race interview with men’s Super G bronze medalist Bode Miller and NBC reporter Christin Cooper last weekend, but I did not.
Social media are a series of websites designed to connect millions of people through interactive photos, statuses, updates and much more.
When we encounter the word “innovations,” most of us tend to think about technological advancements.
In the past, we defined a bully as someone who would pick on you at recess in the schoolyard, or trip you in the hallway on the way to class.
Phone camera lights flash; duck lips and two-finger peace signs protrude; “SELFIE!” some girl squeals. “Pic” posted; how many likes did it get?
What is on my mind at the moment is the “loud-music” trial in Florida. While this event took place back in November 2012, I believe now more than ever that something should be done.
With the Sochi Olympics beginning last Friday in Russia, people around the world are excited to take part in such a memorable event.