Research + News | Topic: Marijuana

Marijuana Use At ‘Historic High’ Among College-Aged Adults

You may soon be in the minority if you’re of a college-age adult and not using marijuana, according to a new national poll. Read the article here.

Daily Marijuana Use Reached All-Time High Last Year Among College Students

Researchers at the University of Michigan found daily marijuana use rose to 7.9% among college students last year — an increase of 3.3% over the past five years. Read the article here.

College Students Picking Pot Over Drinking In States Where It’s Legal

In states where pot is legal, college kids use it more, but binge-drink less. Read the article here.

The Surprising Effect Of Marijuana Legalization On College Students

After Oregon legalized the drug, its use went up—but mainly among teens who also binge-drink.

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Pot Use Rises on College Campuses, While Other Drug Use Declines

More college students are getting high on pot, and those who do smoke are getting stoned more frequently, according to the national Monitoring the Future study.

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Daily Marijuana Use Among College Students At Highest Rate In 35 Years

U.S. college students today smoke weed at a higher rate than at any time in the past 35 years, surpassing daily cigarette smoking for the first time in 2014. Read the article here.