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Readership Program Locations

Posted in Campus by Evan Lisull on 19 January 2009

By now, you’re probably more than aware of the Collegiate Readership Program, whether it be as student-media-destroying corporate welfare or campus-enlightening manna from the media skies. The pilot program begins tomorrow morning, and papers will be available at the following locations:

Student Union Memorial Center / Canyon Café USA Today Newsstand
Student Union Memorial Center / TBD
Student Union Memorial Center / TBD
Park Student Union
McClelland Hall
Social Sciences
Modern Languages
Student Recreation Center
Main Library
Science Library
Highland Commons (Campus Health)
AHSC Library
Dining area at AHSC

As you go about your day, we’d appreciate hearing anything you might have to contribute about this trial run. Are papers scattered every which way? What papers are available? Where are USA Today officials present, if anywhere? We can’t be everywhere at once, so you all will have to be our on-the-scene reporters.

Image courtesy of Flickr user NCinDC

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  1. Dave said, on 22 January 2009 at 10:20 pm

    I’ve found two Daily Stars this week and no USA Todays and absolutely no leftovers in any classes. I blame Recylemania.

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