Two Colorado university students face felony charges after they gave brownies laced with marijuana to their unsuspecting classmates and professor.
The history professor began complaining of dizziness and was going in and out of consciousness. She was taken to the hospital, along with two other students who became sick.
Investigators say the looming legalization of small amounts of marijuana has nothing to do with what happened inside the history class.
The 21-year-old man and the 19-year-old woman accused of baking the brownies were arrested. They face 4 felony counts and expulsion from the university.