Wednesday, September 12, 2007
While it seems there are fewer student newspapers these days, San Jose State University will soon be getting another paper — a conservative one. The student-run Spartan Daily reports today that a new club of student conservatives plans to put out the "Spartan Review," which will initially be funded by the Leadership Institute, a nationwide organization with a mission to "identify, recruit, train and place conservatives in politics, government and the media," as stated on its Web site. According to the Spartan Daily, the Leadership Institute will fly in people from Washington, D.C. to train students in production and management of the newspaper. The institute will also provide a grant for the first publication and teach students how to acquire funding on their own for all the following editions.
Posted by San Francisco Peninsula Press Club at 1:37 PM