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Image Source: Cleveland.com Yes, you read that headline correctly, you can now study marijuana at Ohio’s newest “weed college” which capitalizes on the growing medical marijuana industry. The school is known as “Cleveland Cannabis College”, and yes, it’s real. According to CleveScene.com: “Cleveland Cannabis College is offering prospective retailers, hopeful horticulturists and seasoned physicians a shot at the experience they’ll need to lead Ohio into the medical marijuana vanguard. To hear CEO Richard Pine tell it, our state is poised to revolutionize how medical marijuana is grown, tested, regulated and sold.” The hope with CCC is that the school will provide students with the ability to apply for job opportunities that the medical marijuana industry will eventually create in Ohio, Toke on that.
Shoutout to Texas Tech’s Phi Kappa Psi for throwing what may go down as the wildest fraternity recruitment party ever, certainly the most lit frat recruitment video we’ve seen this year…Shoutout to the Phi Kappa Psi chapter for having an absolutely lit fraternity. Of course the party was dubbed “Texas Tech Primetime 2017” Warning: The video below may cause severe jealously and will make you wish you went to Texas Tech…
Westminster College student Connor Cox’s mother may win the award of “Pettiest Mom Alive” after she pulled this stunt… Like most college students, when Connor Cox received a package from his mom, he assumed it would be a care package, boy was he wrong. According to WTOP News (the ABC Maryland Affiliate): “I got two boxes and I opened one and it had food in it and I realized there wasn’t food in the other one,” Cox, 18, told ABC News. “It was a bunch of trash, tissues [and] soda cans.” Cox, who is originally from Leonardtown, Maryland, immediately called his mother Terri to ask what was with the box of trash. “[I said] ‘Did you send me the wrong package? Why did you send me this?’” Cox said. “[She said,] ‘No, that’s the trash you were supposed to take out,’” he added, laughing. Cox, who is studying criminal justice,
Derek Kellogg, born in Springfield, Massachusetts, attended Cathedral High School in Springfield and played Division I college basketball for his hometown team, the UMass Minutemen. He was a point guard at UMass from 1991 to 1995 under John Calipari, who is arguably one of the greatest college basketball coaches ever. Kellogg played on four (4) Atlantic 10 regular season and tournament championship teams, and advanced to the NCAA tournament every year during his playing career including a run to the Elite Eight in 1995. Kellogg was the floor general and leader of his UMass teams. He was not always the most athletic player on his team, but the smartest and most fundamentally sound player. He was viewed by many as a local hometown savior and hero who helped UMass rise to prominence and into the national limelight. Later, he went onto become a coaching prodigy and apprentice to Coach Calipari