Juniata provides free daily New York Times to its students. The goal is for students at a liberal arts school like Juniata to stay up-to-date with the happenings of our society. What do some students think?
Do you read the New York Times here at school?
George Braun ’10, Westfield, N.J.: “Occasionally, although I know a lot of the political science kids do read it quite a bit.”
Anna Henzy ’13, Elkins Park, Pa.: “Not much, but I am glad that they offer it here.”
John Curry ’12, Greenwich, Conn: “I read it every day. I always got it at home, so it’s a routine of mine. I enjoy the Tuesday Science Times in particular. “
Alex Cooper ’11, Bridgeton, N.J.: “No, I don’t read it much, but I do have some friends who do.”
Nick Talisman ’12, Bethesda, Md.: “I don’t usually read the paper version, but I do keep up on NYT.com”
-Joe Aultman-Moore ’12, Juniata Online Journalist