The March 7 Metro article “Suit fights new law on campus sex crimes” highlighted but one problem with colleges and universities seeking to play cop, prosecutor, defense counsel, judge and jury: The schools can’t even figure out what standard of proof to require. And the new federal Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act won’t solve that problem.
The DC City Council’s efforts to decriminalize marijuana opens a Pandora’s box for schools and universities who will need to reconcile their student conduct codes.  Or not.
So which college or university will pioneer the de-sanctioning of marijuana use on their campus and instantly assume the mantle of “Stoner U”? Answer: None of them.