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Executive Editor of High Times Magazine Rick Cusick returns to Ithaca College for what promises to be a memorable evening of stories, laughs, and life lessons as only Cusick can provide.

 Sunday, April 28th at 8:00pm in Business School 111 join Students for Sensible Drug Policy in welcoming back Rick Cusick (Executive Editor of High Times Magazine) for the 4th year in a row. Come for his stories and antics and stay for the Q&A. Check out the facebook event -->https://www.facebook.com/events/148699215311621/

 

Also, SSDP Presentspresent "Hemp for your health: adding hemp to your health regimen", a presentation to learn about how hemp can fit into a healthy diet (especially for vegetarians, vegans, or those with other special dietary concerns) and a healthy lifestyle. This event is part of Hempstravaganza 2013, a celebration of hemp to promote its legalization for health and sustainability. At the event, we will be serving vegan hemp milkshakes (vanilla, chocolate, chocolate chip & chocolate banana) that are gluten-, dairy-, and lactose-free! Come out to learn about this sustainable superfood!" Come to the business school 111 at 8 to enjoy.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations for either event should contact Tori Gates at vgates1@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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