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The Collegiate Readership Program – the boxes where you find a New York Times on campus in the morning – may see some big changes in the near future.

The program, which you pay $5 for in student fees each year, pulled in a $16,000 surplus last year, and officials are trying to figure out what to do with the money.

“Do we need to add more locations, or maybe increase awareness of an under utilized service?” said Ed Mirecki, director of the program and adviser to the Student Government Association, which originally implemented the program.