Two treated after pot pasta served at WWU student protest

The Bellingham Herald

Two people were treated and released at the Western Washington University Student Health Center after reportedly eating pasta that included marijuana at an on-campus protest Friday, according to the school.

University police are investigating the incident, which occurred at the planned “Boycott Aramark” protest in Red Square hosted by the WWU Shred the Contract student group, WWU communications director Paul Cocke told The Bellingham Herald.

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