Science Weekly: Keeping up with club drugs

Science Weekly

The scientific and law enforcement communities have developed many methods throughout the years to detect drugs. Many officers carry small presumptive drug tests with them and can perform these tests on […]

Cannabis: Dispelling the myth

Columns, Opinion, Orientation

In the late ‘30s and early ‘40s, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics launched a public service campaign with bills reading, “Beware! Young and Old—people in All Walks of Life! This […]

Five Crazy Headlines: From fanny packs to IKEA

Crazy Headlines, News

From a fanny pack used to cheat in a wing-eating contest to a video game that simulates putting together IKEA furniture, here’s this week’s five crazy headlines! Mother unknowingly shuttles weed in […]

5 crazy headlines

Crazy Headlines, News

From an unlucky cyclist’s bike stolen at a local police station to a lucky New Yorker surviving three suicide attempts, here’s this week’s five crazy headlines. Maryland paper uses candidate’s name […]

Whimsical Wildcat: Why we should legalize marijuana

Columns, Opinion, Politics

Just because every president since George Bush has admitted to smoking marijuana doesn’t mean you should blame pot for our country’s pitfalls. In fact, you should do the opposite. Marijuana […]