Boston.com reports that Princeton University has joined an increasing list of colleges and universities that have stuck deals to allow students to download music both free and legally. Princeton announced an arraignment with Ruckus, a company that markets music directly to college students. Under the deal, students can put as much music as they wish on their computer hard drives. However, there is a catch. Students will have to pay a $20 monthly fee in order to put the music onto portable music players. In addition, iPod owners are out of luck, as the music will not play...

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