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Ride The Unicorn

Written by Guthrie Stafford. It’s 4:19 in the afternoon, and you are about to lose your mind. No, not from the copious amounts of cannabis you are about to smoke,

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Terminated for (Legal) Toking

written by Emma Routley, photographed by Nina Compeau Spike Kirumira used to work for the service responsible for cleaning dorms at the University of Oregon.  He said he was fired

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What’s My Tolerance?

written by Alexandra Arnett, photographed by Nina Compeau We’ve all heard the words “cannabis tolerance,” but what exactly does that mean, and how does it work?  Developing a tolerance toward

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Customer’s Guide to Cannabis

written by Alexandra Arnett The Cannabis sativa L. species is a member of the family Cannabaceae. Around 27.8 million years ago, a split occurred within the Cannabacea family developing into

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4/20 Eats

written and photographed by Kimberly Harris Warning: This article is for the personal use of adults 21 years of age or older in a cannabis-legal state. Edibles must be made

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High Recommendations

written and photographed by Kimberly Harris Passing a drug test for cannabis can be an essential part of getting a job or being on a team. Even though I’m of

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COVID-19 and Cannabis

written by Alexandra Arnett The novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has got the entire globe on its toes. COVID-19 is a strain of the coronavirus that humans have no natural immunity

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Putting “Marijuana” In The Ground

written by Skyla Patton, photographed by Nina Compeau Cannabis has a world of controversy surrounding it on all fronts, whether it be legalization, decriminalization or social acceptance. While people immersed

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Budtender Spotlight: La Mota

Written and photographed by Kimberly Harris. La Mota celebrates women in weed every day because the CEO Rosa Cazares supports a female dynamic within the cannabis industry by helping women

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