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tiative at the University, said in an
e-mail that the feedback from the
initiative has been largely enthusi-
astic because of its environmental
"The amount of electrical power
consumed by IT is growing each
year as it's used for more purpos-
es," King said.
Since 2000, the amount of elec-
trical energy required to power
computers has doubled from 1.5
percent to 3 percent, according to
the U.S. Department of Energy.
LSA senior Lindsey MacDon-
ald, president of Environmental
Action, a student group with about
300 members, said she turns off her
computer if she's going to be away
for more than15 minutes at a time.
"We have tons of computers on
campus that are on all night, all day,
everyday," she said. "I just don't
think it's necessary, you know?"
According to those involved
with the project, a typical com-
puter wastes about half of the elec-
tricity it consumes in the form of
heat. By 2010, CSCI officials want
to work with computer vendors to
lower that percentage to about 10
"This is a good example of the
industry stepping up and taking
responsibility for itself to make
these kinds of changes," Grimes
Peggy Norgren, associate vice
president for finance and the proj-
ect's co-sponsor, said it costs the
University between $5 and $6 mil-
lion a year to power the 80,000
computers on campus. She said it
would be cheaper for the Universi-
ty in the long run to power energy-
"If we can find constructive
ways between purchasing energy-
efficient PCs and the IT people
on campus to even do a 10 percent
energy reduction, we'd be saving
the University half a million dollars
a year," Norgren said.
EIC co-chair Greg Caplan said
green computing could encour-
age sustainability in an otherwise
Thursday, March 27, 2008 - 7A
high-energy consuming environ-
"There's certain hot spots within
our lives where we use alot of ener-
gy or emit a lot of carbon," he said.
King said there is no single solu-
tion to the problem of energy con-
sumption, but that individuals play
a large role.
"This is not just a project," said
King. "It is the beginning of a
change in our habits."
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For Thursday, March 27, 2008 ages are just some things that might
ARIES shake up your day.
(March 21 to April 19) SCORPIO
You're extremely restless today. Don't (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
worry about this, it goes with the terri- Parents should be extra vigilant about
tory. Mercury has lined up with unpre- children today. (This is a mildly
dictable Uranus, and this makes every- accident-prone day for your children.)
one jumpy. This is also an exciting, flirtatious day.
TAURUS Keep yeur eyes open!
(April 201to May 20) SAGITTARIUS
Expect to meet new and unusual peo- (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
ple today. In addition, people you Spontaneous family gatherings could
already know might do something that occur today. Surprise company might
really surprises you. Someone could drop by. Your day at home will not go as
influence you to change your goals planned. Expect the unexpected.
(hopefully, forthe better). CAPRICORN
GEMINI (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
(May21 to June 20) You're full of bright, new ideas today.
Stay light on your feet when dealing It's as if there's extra electricity in the
with bosses, parents, teachers and air. Expect to meet new faces and go to
authority figures today. It's tough to new places.
guess which way things will go. People AQUARIUS
will say and do surprising things! (Jar. 20to Feb. 18)
CANCER Keep us eye on yosr money and your
(June 21to July 22) possessions today. You might find
You might change your point of view money; you might lose money. An
about something religious, political or unusual opportunity to earn money sud-
philosophical today. Someone or some- denly might occur. Ifitdoes, actquickly!
thing really makes you take a new look PISCES
at something. (It's good not to be rigid.) (Feb. 19to March 20)
LEO You're full of energy, bright idean and
(July 23 toAug. 22) enthusiasm today. In fact, you're almost
Surprise news related to other people's bouncing off the walls. It's hard to know
money, inheritances, gifts, debt or taxes what to do first!
might catch you off-guard, Stay in touch YOU BORN TODAY You're a fast
with yeur bank account. leaner, bu you like to do things your
VIRGO own way. You're keen to try new things,
(Aug. 23to Sept. 22) but you're always realistic. Many of you
Someone quite close to you is really are scientific or technically proficient.
rebellious about something today. Don't All of you are intuitive about your sur-
expect cooperation. However, the dis- roundings. You know what's going on.
agreementsarerpleasant. It's just a dif- And you're passionate! Work hard to
ferent way of looking atthings. build or construct something this year.
LIBRA Your rewards will soon follow.
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Birthdate of: Jann Arden, singer/
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today. Computer crushes, staff shortages, "Fergie" Ferguson. singer
new personnel, fire drills or power out-
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