LSU administrators expressed interest in Reveille cuts
BATON ROUGE- Records show LSU President and Chancellor F. King Alexander requested a briefing on student media strategy last month after leaders met with Reveille alumni and other interested parties about the future of the campus newspaper.
Emails show that university administrators were interested in being kept up-to-speed on ongoing discussions about the campus newspaper.
Back in July, LSU student media leaders weighed the possibility of cutting back the Reveille's print frequency while focusing more on digital offerings.
That prompted some Reveille alumni to voice concern over the storied publication's future.
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