What the New York Times Free Access Means to Students

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By Elly Connelly

When we asked, plenty of college students replied that they “don’t read any news” and “lol”. But, students who read the New York Times have good reasons, so here they are. These are several reasons why Miami students and you could be reading the New York Times

 

 

Name: Carrie S.

 

Major: Journalism 

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: "As a journalism major I have to stay up to date with the news always and through this free access I am exposed to everything happening in the world." 

 

 

Name: Spencer K. 

 

Major: Social Psychology 

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: “I tend to read articles pertaining to topics such as addiction that overlaps with classes”. 

 

 

Name: Julia W/ 

 

Major: Kinesiology, Pre-medical Studies

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: “I like to look at new medical discoveries”. 

 

 

 

Name: Reagan O. 

 

Major: Strategic Communications, Interactive Media Studies 

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: “As part of my major, I need to keep updated on current events”. 

 

 

Name: Libby F. 

 

Major: Art History

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: “The Art Section has information on arts and auctions and I  think that the leisure stuff on the weekend is fun”. 

 

 

Name: Marrisa M. 

 

Major: Economics

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: “There is an economics section”. 

 

 

 

Name: Julia M. 

 

Major: Biology

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: “Two words. Medical stuff”. 

 

 

Name: Elly C. 

 

Major: Persuasion, Leadership, and Organizational Psychology

 

How NYT pertains to her Major: “The world of people is fascinating and I find the diversity of topics and stories to be enlightening”.