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The Cornell Daily Sun will cut its print publication schedule from five days a week to three starting this fall, the newspaper has announced. In stating that the paper will publish a print edition only on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, its lead editors cited both financial challenges—it has operated at a loss for the past seven years—and a desire to focus on its online presence, calling this a “pivitol moment” in the Sun’s history. The move made headlines both locally and nationally, including a story in the New York Times.

 
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