The pandemic changed everything about going to college. Bedrooms became the new classrooms and parties became sparse. We also saw major changes in the way college students are using substances. And according to a new study out of the University of Michigan, use of marijuana and psychedelics has surged among college students. At the same time, we saw a decline in alcohol use. Reported alcohol use dropped from 62% in 2019 to 56% in 2020. Marijuana use increased to 44%, and reported daily use jumped to eight percent, a five point jump from numbers reported in 2015. John Schulenberg, professor in the psychology department at the University of Michigan and the principal investigator of this study, joins None of the Above to discuss.