DIY Education

By PHOENIX STAFF  |  September 26, 2012

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First-Year Seminar: Going to Pot

If you're using it, you may as well learn a thing or two about it. Topics include cannabis biology, marijuana use in Rhode Island, medical marijuana, and horticultural tips. From novels to academic readings to memoirs to how-to books, this course provides a diverse overview for the seminar student.

• Readings:

Budding Prospects by TC Boyle, Penguin, 1990.

Sex, Drugs, and Blueberries by Crash Barry, Maine Misadventures, 2010.

Marijuana Chemistry: Genetics, Processing, Potency by Michael Starks, Ronin Publishing, 1993.

Dying to Get High: Marijuana As Medicine by USM professor Wendy Chapkis and Richard Webb, NYU Press, 2008.

GrowGirl: How My Life After The Blair Witch Project Went to Pot by Heather Donahue, Gotham, 2012.

Marijuana Made Simple: A Beginner's Guide to Growing Like A Pro by "Mediman," Green Candy Press, 2012.

• Extra credit: Write all your papers while stoned.

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