UW-Eau Claire expands Collegiate Reading ProgramMarch 26, 2012
EAU CLAIRE — The Collegiate Readership Program at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire now provides students with access to the print editions of USA TODAY, The New York Times and the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram at no cost to individual students.
The Collegiate Readership Program, sponsored by the UW-Eau Claire Student Senate, is designed to encourage students to read newspapers, and to encourage faculty to use newspapers to promote students' critical thinking and to link current events to theories and concepts they teach in class.
The newspapers are available in various and convenient locations throughout campus. Students may select one or more of the daily papers.
On the UW-Eau Claire campus, the three participating daily newspapers can be found in Towers Hall, Hilltop Center, Hibbard Humanities Hall, Schneider Social Science Hall, Phillips Science Hall, Davies Center, Haas Fine Arts Center, Chancellors Hall, Governors Hall, Katherine Thomas Hall, Human Sciences and Services Building, Bridgman Hall and Oak Ridge Hall.