In an apparent campus first aimed at undercutting the music file-swapping craze, Penn State University will offer students free digital music from the newly relaunched Napster service, university officials said Nov. 6.

The service provides music for listening and limited downloading. However, if students want to keep a song or burn it to a CD, they will need to pay 99 cents per song.

Napster's collection of some 500,000 songs will be available in January to some 18,000 students living in residence halls on several Penn State campuses,

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