Tag: Virginia Tech


Virginia SSDP Chapters Launch "ReVAMP" Campaign

Written by Joe Melton, Vice President of Virginia Tech SSDP On April 20th, a couple months of planning came to fruition for SSDP chapters across Virginia as the ReVAMP campaign was finally kicked into gear. ReVAMP stands for Repealing Virginia Marijuana Prohibition and is primarily an effort to make the voices of Virginian youth heard on the issue of cannabis prohibition.

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STEM Students Explain how Drug Policy Impacts their Studies

Written by Elijah Ullman, Colorado State University SSDP Chapter Leader Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) Chapter Leaders call for an immediate end to the war on drugs in pursuit of scientific advancement and collective knowledge The drug war has long been a barrier to investigating the clinical efficacy of pharmacologically active compounds

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920 Psilocybin Coordinated Day of Action Roundup

This past Sunday, September 20th, Students for Sensible Drug Policy chapters across our network were excited to work with the 920 Coalition on their coordinated day of action. Sixteen SSDP chapters participated in actions over the weekend of 9/20 and throughout this week: American University (DC) University of California Davis (CA) California State University Long Beach (CA) Case Western Reserve University College of

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SSDP Welcomes Virginia Tech Chapter!

Virginia Tech is our newest official chapter! They join the fight alongside VCU, Radford, NVCC, UMW, GMU, and UVA Law, expanding and strengthening our chapter network in Virginia. I spoke with chapter leader Tom Magjuka about his experience so far and his plans for the chapter moving forward;   How did you hear about SSDP? I honestly can’t remember how I found out about SSDP. I used

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