“My experience is that if something is free and it’s convenient to get
and whatever is in it is relevant to them, they have no qualms about
printed versus non-printed,” said Kevin Schwartz, general manager ofThe Daily Tar Heel at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “A college newspaper, if it’s done right, is all of those things.”
Every single college paper in this country should be OVERRUN with academics studying its relevance and function. Yet we continue to let morons wank about nothing at conferences, which is why I stopped going to them, and reading stories about them, because my blood pressure’s high enough as it is.