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Study Finds Daily Marijuana Use by College Students at a 35 Year High

U.S. college students today smoke weed at a higher rate than at any time in the past 35 years, surpassing daily cigarette smoking for the first time in 2014.

But students are into more than pot. The study also shows ecstasy and cocaine use are rising. They’re imbibing less, though: Consumption of alcohol, the quintessential party drink, is on the decline.

Those findings were revealed Tuesday in Monitoring the Future, an ongoing study from the Univ. of Michigan.

The national survey looked at the drug use of approximately 1,500 students enrolled full time at 2- and 4-year colleges. [Read more at the Arizona Republic]

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