Hoffman, Nathaniel
December 2009
Boise Weekly;12/2/2009, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p9
The article reports on the move of the publication "Idaho Statesman," to provide a five-day-a-week e-mail to every students, faculty and staff members at Boise State University in Idaho. It mentions that the electronic messages provides headlines from the publication and affirms that the periodical may be the first daily paper to enter such an agreement with a local university. It affirms that the partnership helps people in the area to become more informed citizens.


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