How To Stay Informed on a College Schedule

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With classes, extracurriculars, and spending time with friends, it's hard to fit much more into your busy college schedule. However, the New York Times is making it easy for college students to stay informed on the issues they care about! With a free NYT subscription, there are so many easy ways to stay engaged and aware about what's going on in the world around us. NYT has partnered with Her Campus Tufts to provide free NYT subscriptions for all Tufts students! Here's how you can use your subscription:

1. NYT apps - for news, cooking, and VR, these apps have all you need to make your everyday life easy! Looking for a recipe or some news on-the-go? These have your name on them.

2. Interactive media - looking to learn what's going on without reading a long article? Customize your viewing experience with NYT's other media platforms!

3. Podcasts - tired of the same playlists? Check these out when you're walking around campus, at the gym, or just in the mood to sit down and listen!

4. Newsletters - cater these to what YOU want to know. Written for and by a variety of perspectives, these newsletters can give you just what you want to see on a regular basis. Check out The Edit, which is written by students like you!

5. Online archive dating back to 1851 - looking to dig into some history? Go right back in time using NYT's online archives. 

To redeem your free subscription and discover all of these benefits, head to http://nytimes.com/tufts