The Guilfordian

Greensboro’s pot not as local as we think

Greensboro’s pot not as local as we think

Nicole Zelniker, Senior Writer

November 21, 2014

Throughout the United States, Mexican drug cartels sell marijuana to dealers, who in turn sell it to anyone willing to buy. Circulating in most major U.S. cities, the amount of drugs has spiked sharply in recent years, as has the number of drug-related deaths, according to the National Post. In Gree...

One drug, two nations and the marijuana debate

Aditya Garg, Ty Gooch, Ty Gooch, and Aditya Garg

September 20, 2013

Pot fanatics are not holding it in any longer. Not only on campus, but nationwide, advocates for the legalization of marijuana have clearly voiced their demands. In November 2013, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize marijuana, sparking nationwide movements and policy debates. “The pulse of the country is changing and moving towards legalization and decrimina...

Uruguay poised to legalize pot

Uruguay poised to legalize pot

Rishab Revankar, World & Nation Editor

September 13, 2013

Green bud. Cannabis. Weed. Killer Weed. Marijuana. At the federal level, none of it’s been legalized in any nation — as of today. But as for tomorrow, only Uruguay will tell. Home to a population of just over three million, the South American republic is poised to become the first country to...