Note: The IC uses pseudonyms when discussing individual’s experiences with smoking weed to protect their identities.

When most people grab a cup of coffee, Joe reaches for his leaves. The grinded herbs folded into a joint serve as his morning fix.

The effects start subtl...

"Weed is something that is natural from the Earth. You don’t have to chemically modify it,” a six-year long weed smoker and UT student said. “You can literally grow it, pick it, dry it and smoke it and it’ll do exactly what it does.”

Another user added that legalization...

April 11, 2019

College is a time when students do not have a lot of disposable income. Most of what we consume comes from the dining hall or from pre-packaged bags of ramen in our dorms and apartments.

Eating and being entertained are important for many college students; however, it c...

April 11, 2019

There are three weeks left. For many of us, we’ve arrived at a place where we don’t really want to be; a sort of overwhelming, liminal purgatory of essays and exams on the (grey) horizon. Assignments that we really should get a jump on, but –– piled atop our already da...

April 11, 2019

If food is the way to the heart, then music is the way to the soul. For Toledo, the soul of the city is vibrant.

Toledo is home to several venues and music stores often frequented to escape everyday life.

Nothing is more iconic than Frankie’s Inner City, located on the E...

April 9, 2019

UT students who haven’t visited Oak Openings are missing out one of the best attractions Toledo has to offer.

Oak Openings gives Toledoans access to diverse species and breathtaking landscape right in their own backyard. Associate lecturer of environmental science at th...

April 9, 2019

With the trees blooming and the weather warming up, there’s a sign of spring in the Glass City. With such weather comes the kick off of the Toledo Mud Hens entering their 2019 campaign at Fifth Third Field.

The Mud Hens, a Triple-A minor league affiliate of Major Leag...

February 27, 2019

A center commemorating Muslim women’s history and accomplishments will join UT’s campus. Asma Abdel Halim, UT associate professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, is the innovator behind the project.

Abdel Halim said that she was motivated to bring the Center of Muslim Wo...

February 20, 2019

To celebrate Black History Month, the Black Student Union has launched its very first African-American Film Festival which includes three nights of free films, scheduled to play in the Center for Performing Arts Building.

The second film screened, “Get Out,” a 2017 film...

February 20, 2019

It would be hard to find a time when Isis Walker isn’t working. As a second-year RA, outreach coordinator for the Office of Admissions and president of the Black Student Union, Walker has a lot on her plate, all the while finishing up her bachelor’s degree this spring...

Known as the beer professor, Neil Reid is teaching a course this semester called “The Geography of Beer and Brewing.” That’s right, a graduate level course all about beer. Studying the industry for about five years now, Reid is an expert on all things craft brewing and...

February 6, 2019

Jordan Denman said customers won’t find a better pizza in the Midwest.

He’s been working as a general manager at The Stubborn Brother Pizza Bar on West Bancroft since it officially opened last December.

Denman applied for a position at Mancy’s Bluewater Grille on Dussel...

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