Wichita State student paper's editors laments proposed cuts
March 1, 2018
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The editor of the student newspaper at Wichita State University fears that it's funding is at risk of being cut in half next year because of aggressive coverage.
Chance Swaim, editor-in-chief of The Sunflower, raised concerns after a student fees committee recommended slashing the student paper's budget Friday from $105,000 to $55,000, The Wichita Eagle . He said it's unlikely the paper would be able to make up such a large cut with advertising revenue and would have to trim positions.
"If they want a little newsletter, then that's what it will become," he said. "But...
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