Education: The Pot Problem


MAIL ORDER AT CORNELL, said a headline in the New York Herald Tribune last week. Behind such sensational stories lies a somewhat less sensational situation. In this case, Cornell Coed Susan Heiberger, 21, was accused of buying a $5 bag of marijuana from Philip Cook, 25, who had quit Cornell in January, and of mailing some of the stuff on to a hometown friend at Connecticut College. A grand jury charged Miss Heiberger and Cook with selling marijuana, a felony, but they were allowed to plead guilty to misdemeanor charges....

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