Top stories this week on the Daily, based on traffic, and the top three all have something in common.
CU-Boulder Student Government proposes statement against 4/20 — The University of Colorado Student Government plans to present a resolution to its Legislative Council Thursday night supporting moving the annual 4/20 marijuana smokeout off CU’s campus, according to the meeting agenda released Wednesday.
CU-Boulder named ‘druggiest’ college in America in Daily Beast/Newsweek report — The University of Colorado is the “druggiest” school in America, according to a report from the Daily Beast and Newsweek, which cited a large number of drug arrests on the campus and peer pressure to use drugs. The rankings put CU at the top of a list of 30 schools based on a grade of “C-” for drug safety, 801 reported drug arrests on the campus during the study period and 27.3 percent of people ages 18-25 statewide who are regular drug users. CU placed fifth in the same survey in 2010.
Half-naked climber — possibly high on mushrooms — rescued from First Flatiron in Boulder — Deputies found psilocybin mushrooms — a hallucinogenic — on the climber who called the rescue in and arrested him on suspicion of felony possession of a controlled substance.
Former CU Buff Scotty McKnight impressive at NFL timing day — This old chestnut probably saw a spike in traffic because Scotty McKnight was spotted with his new famous ladyfriend at a football game.
Police: Man fell 70 feet while trimming tree in north Boulder — A man fell nearly 70 feet this morning while trimming a tree near Fourth Street and Forest Avenue in north Boulder.
Longmont woman killed by semi on Highway 66 is identified (video) — A 22-year-old Longmont woman died Monday morning after she was struck by a tractor-trailer in the eastbound lanes of Colo. Highway 66 at Lake Park Drive, according to police.
Old Navy selling CU-Boulder shirts with wrong founding date — Apparently, to Old Navy, the University of Colorado doesn’t look a day over 133, even if dear old CU is more than 135 years old.
Aviva Sonenreich: Gender’s got nothing to do with it — Aviva Sonenreich is killer DJ and a girl. So what? “People double-take when they see me initially and people doubt me, but I couldn’t care less. I know that they just have to hear me and it’s over,” Sonenreich said. “I know that sounds arrogant, but this is what I live for and what I do, and there’s no reason why I cant keep up with the boys.”