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Students

ASCSU offers free newspapers around campus

June 18, 2009

ASCSU supports students through both advocacy and service.

Collegiate Readership Program

The goal of the Collegiate Readership Program is to enhance the learning environment on campus, by exposing students to the news in their living, learning, and community spaces.

The program is designed to promote civic literacy and global awareness on campus through students' daily exposure to the news.

The Collegiate Readership Program  is currently on a short hiatus and will continue later this summer. The program is set to run year-round.

National papers around campus

The New York Times, USA Today, and The Denver Post are available at the following locations:

  • LSC Transit Center
  • LSC Info Desk
  • Breeze way of Clark
  • Morgan Library
  • Rockwell
  • South Campus study area
  • Corbett
  • Braiden
  • Durrell
  • Rams Horn Dining Hall
  • Chemistry Building
  • LSC, in front of ASCSU office
  • Weber Building

Click here for a map of listed locations.

About ASCSU

ASCSU is the voice of CSU students, advocating for them at campus, local and state levels. This means fighting for affordable textbooks, negotiating a clean-energy option in campus residence halls, and overseeing $31 million in student fees. As well, we serve students through programs like RamRide, Student Funding Board, and Positive Impact.