Free music downloading comes to campusBy Ryan Byrnes | January 31, 2007
When it comes to downloading music, students rarely have been able to describe the action as both "free" and "legal." But that will no longer be the case for University of Richmond students. The university, in association with Ruckus Network Inc., is providing a free music downloading service that is now available to students, granting them access to more than 2.5 million songs. "We had heard from students that they really would like a way to access music legally," said Kathy Monday, vice president for information services who, along with her staff, worked with Ruckus to finalize the university's contract.