Tag: campus campaign

6
Dec

Campus Campaign Leads to Three Established and Four In-Progress Chapters in Florida

It was a roller coaster ride of a cannabis campaign season for our SSDP chapters, but now that Amendment 2 has successfully passed in Florida, we’d like to give a special shoutout to three of our chapters in the state that, during the very busy campaign season, became recognized by their school as official student organizations. Florida Atlantic University has

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8
Jun

SSDP Welcomes California Campus Coordinator!

Meet Oliver Zerrudo, SSDP’s new California Campus Coordinator! As California Campus Coordinator, Oliver aims to expand the presence of people of color and people of color politics in contemporary Drug Policy conversations. Following his role as chapter leader at UC Berkeley SSDP (’15), Oliver is eager to contribute to the movement in a larger capacity. His goals include increasing chapter

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1
Mar

Thanks to you, the Campus Campaign is launching in June

It’s late, but we wanted to let you know right away, because: WOW! The SSDP family really came through on this one. Thanks to you, a committed donor from California will be matching the first $50,000 you gave to support the 2015-2016 Campus Campaign! That means we’re launching our wildly successful Campus Campaign in June when we hire the first Campus Coordinator to expand

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31
Dec

Top 14 SSDP highlights of 2014

As 2014 comes to a close, Students for Sensible Drug Policy reflects on our top 14 highlights of the year: 1. Increasing impacts before, and after, elections 2014 was a big year for marijuana policy reform. Voters in Alaska, Oregon, and the District of Columbia voted to legalize marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol. With a modest investment in

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30
Nov

SSDP's Campus Campaign

Update 12/29/14: An anonymous donor from California is so excited about the Campus Campaign that they pledged to match every dollar raised for the 2015-2016 campaign, up to $50,000! Make your gift online today to double your impact and support the Campus Campaign! In the fall of 2014, Students for Sensible Drug Policy began testing a new method to grow our

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