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Letter to the Editor: Napster, Ruckus and now nothing

First we had free Napster for a year, then that was taken away. Then we had Ruckus and now that is done. Our tuition has increased, yet our commodities decrease? If we have LimeWire on our computers, they get shut down, but I can’t afford to spend $1 on every sound I like. At least give us a Web site like Rhapsody to listen to music! I think of all the changes happening on campus this is one thing that can actually be fixed and help us.

-Mathilde Berta
Junior

March 4, 2009

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