hToday is Friday, March 30, 2018. Here’s what you need to know today:
News from The Post:
The Athens City Schools Board of Education’s master facilities plan includes safety upgrades. (The Post)
Some media students write, shoot and edit films within 48 hours. (The Post)
Many graduate geology students travel inside caves for research. (The Post)
You might be able to drink marijuana-infused beer soon.
Blue Moon Belgian Wheat creator Keith Villa is developing three non-alcoholic beers to be released in the fall, according to a Thrillist report. Villa said he’s creating it to “brew a great beer that beer drinkers would love.”
Although it will only be released in Colorado, next year other states that have legalized marijuana will have it on their shelves. The project is collaborating with Ebbu, a Colorado-based company that works in extracting and analyzing marijuana compounds.
The three beers include a light beer, a wheat beer and a heavier beer. Villa said the beer would take effect at a similar pace as drinking a cold one.
Unless Ohio legislators decide to legalize marijuana recreationally, you might have to travel to Colorado for this one.
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It actually might not rain today. It will be clear with a 30 percent chance of morning rain at a high of49 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Scores and Game Times
Track and Field will play at the Raleigh Relays on Friday and Saturday. (The Post)
Softball will play against Eastern Michigan at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Friday, and at 1 p.m. on Saturday. (The Post)
The baseball team will play Northern Illinois at 6 p.m. on Friday and 3 p.m. on Saturday. (The Post)
You might also want to know…
A top Morgan Stanley broker kept his job after multiple accusations of violence against his ex-wives and girlfriends. (The New York Times)
Four Ohio natives are suing state officials to allow them to change the sex listed on their birth certificates. (cleveland.com)
A Texas elementary school teacher was suspended after she discussed her sexual orientation with students. (Newsweek)