Juniata College strives to provide their students with a variety of newspapers to keep their students informed. One free newspaper that is provided to its students is the New York Times. It is important for students to be informed about what is going on in the world around them. I conducted an interview with five students, asking them: Juniata College provides its students with several news sources (New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Baltimore Sun, etc.). Do you read the newspapers available to you provided by Juniata College? If not, what is your primary news source and what type of articles do you look for?
New York Times
-Ceth Parker ’12, Sabillasville, Md.
I read the New York Times, but no more than once a week.
-Kevin Slomkowski ’12, Paris, France
I try to at least skim through the New York Times every day. Most days I can read the majority of it.
-Nikolai Klena, ’12, Oil City, Pa.
I don’t read the New York Times, I read Fox News Online and the Wall Street Journal. NYT is too biased and liberal for my taste.
-Lindsay Darchicourtt ’12, Boiling Springs, Pa.
I get my news off the Internet and I go for entertainment based articles.
-Abdullah Elgabrowny, Southern Huntingdon, PA, 2013
I don’t read any of those. I guess I would just look at the emails they send us for activities.
-Katie Fergusog, 2013, Latrobe, Pa.
Mary Munion ’12, Juniata Online Journalist