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The etiquette does and donts of cannabis consumption.

Weed-iquette: A polite idiot’s guide to cannabis

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist April 14, 2022

Editor's note: *All names of those associated with WSU have been changed for privacy* Do you remember when you were young and everyone said sharing is caring? Share your toys, your food, a hit off your...

Weed has many purposes beyond just getting high. It could even be key to fighting climate change!

OPINION: Weed: not just for getting high

ANNABELLE PEPIN, Evergreen columnist April 14, 2022

The high that people feel from weed feels amazing, but did you know our environment can actually feel the same way from the plant itself? Fossil fuel is one of the main contributors to climate change...

Located at 1335 SE Bishop Blvd., locally owned MJs Pot Shop has been serving the Pullman community since 2014.

It’s always 4/20 at MJ’s Pot Shop

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter April 14, 2022

Editors Note: One of the sources will be identified only by their first name, per their request.  MJ’s Pot Shop is a local dispensary that caters to personalized customer needs while providing...

The etiquette does and don’ts of cannabis consumption, 
be mindful and considerate of others.

What to call weed

LANNAN RUIZ April 14, 2022

*In the tune of that one cannabis education jingle from 2019* “Weed, Pot, Cannabis, Mary Jane, 10 million other names that get confusing in your brain.” There are a lot of names used for cannabis;...

Glassphemy clerk Felix Alatorre displays a bong crafted by Mike Porter, featuring one of his signature glass coils.

Pass the glass

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter April 14, 2022

On any given day, you might find Willow Falcon behind the counter at one of her two businesses: the bottle shop Noshies or next door at Glassphemy, Pullman’s only woman-owned glass shop. Falcon...

Street Talk: munchies edition

MIKAYLA FINNERTY and DAYANA FAIRCHILD April 14, 2022

Picture this: you’re high and the only thing you can think to eat is *insert here.* What is it?  These four Cougs have very strong opinions about what the ultimate munchies snack is. Remember,...

Music is the HIGH-light of my night

SANDI KOBIESA, Editor-in-chief April 14, 2022

I would consider myself a lover of all music (except country, but I don’t consider that real music), and I consider myself a lover of cannabis. Never did I think I would sit down and write an article...

Culture editor explores cannabis culture at WSU and in Pullman area.

Leditor: WEED better talk about this week

LANNAN RUIZ April 14, 2022

Hey there, you culture section readers! You may have noticed this week is a special edition! We have granted anonymity privileges for this week as we talk about a touchy subject: Weed/Cannabis. As...

Researchers investigate link between marijuana, male fertility

Researchers investigate link between marijuana, male fertility

DAVID HUTNER, Evergreen reporter March 31, 2022

WSU researchers look for hints of the consequences that chronic cannabis use may have on male fertility. The findings were presented at the Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities on...

Nicholas Lovrich, WSU researcher and regents professor emeritus, pictured here, said there is not enough research to know the effects cannabis has on society, which is why it is important to study the drug.

Board of Regents, Faculty Senate approve WSU Center for Cannabis Research, Policy, and Outreach

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter June 11, 2021

The WSU Board of Regents and Faculty Senate officially approved the Center for Cannabis Policy, Research, and Outreach last month, said Celestina Barbosa-Leiker, WSU Spokane Health Sciences vice chancellor...

Aaron, an official bud tester at MJ’s, helps a customer inside of the shop.

Pot shop still open amid COVID-19 pandemic

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen editor-in-chief March 27, 2020

Gov. Jay Inslee’s “stay-at-home” order exempts essential businesses and workers, one of which includes cannabis retailers such as MJ’s Pot Shop on Southeast Bishop Boulevard. Jenn Augenstein,...

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