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Findingf a signal In the dorms

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

Finding a comfortable place to
browse Facebook in a dorm room
can be tough. Without wireless
Internet available in most resi-
dence halls, using the Internet
means struggling to stay plugged
in.
This isn't a concern in the
recently renovated Mosher-Jordan
Residence Hall, which is complete-
ly wireless. And once Stockwell
Hall and North Quad open they
will also be equipped with wire-
less - but what about the rest of
the dorms?
Peter Logan, University Housing
spokesman, said one of the major
challenges for installing wireless
in dorms is funding.
Logan said that University
Housing is a self-sustaining unit
with basic revenue that comes from
student room and board rates. As a

result, Housing has to prioritize
plumbing and electrical improve-
ments and heating and roofing
repairs over installing wireless.
"University Housing recog-
nizes wireless is important but it's
expensive," Logan said.
He added that it can cost sev-
eral thousands of dollars to install
wireless access points throughout
an entire residence hall, especially
in dorms like West Quad and East
Quad with complicated hallways.
"The larger and more complex
the building, the more it costs to
run wiring for the wireless access
points," Logan said. "In some halls,
existing conduit may work, in oth-
ers there have to be new wiring
channels constructed."
But the renovations of Mosher-
Jordan and Stockwell required
entire sections of walls to be taken

down, making it easy to installwire-
less as part of the reconstruction.
Though it's expensive, Logan
said Housing officials are looking
to add wireless to certain locations
in the residence halls. To help pri-
oritize prime wireless spots, Hous-
ing is working with an advisory
group within the Residence Halls
Association. This advisory group
suggested that Housing officials
should focus first on installing
wireless on North Campus.'
As of right now, one wing of Burs-
ley Hall is equipped with wireless,
and by the end of the academic year,
a second wing will be equipped,
which will constitute half of the resi-
dence hall.
Housingofficials and RHA are
also workingon installing wireless
in chief study areas in the dorms.
VANESSA NUNEZ

Businessschool sophomore Peter Gao uses the wireless Internet
in the Mosher-Jordan Residence Hall.

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CRIME NOTES
Couch listed on University staff
Craigslist almost slips, falls on ice

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

stolen
WHERE: Northwood Apart-
ments III
WHEN: Monday at about 8:10
p.m.
WHAT: A caller reported that
a subject tried to swindle
$2,600 and a couch that was
listed on Craigslist. The case is
under investigation.
Obscenity at
Engineering
building
WHERE: Electrical Engineer-
ing
WHEN: Monday at about 11:40
a.m.
WHAT: A subject contacted
staff at EECS and made obscene
sexual gestures to two women
at the office. The case is under
investigation.

WHERE: Angell Hall
WHEN: Mondayat about 10:50
a.m. . .
WHAT: A University staff
member slipped and fell on ice
near Angell Hall. She suffered
injuries, but declined assistance
from a Huron Valley Ambu-
lance.
Cell phone
swiped from
hospital
WHERE: University Hospital
Emergency Room
WHEN: Monday at about 3:05
p.m.
WHAT: A caller reported that
an unknown subject stole her
cell phone from the hospital.
The cell phone is valued at $70
and was left unattended.

Face-off Blood
Challenge
WHAT: A blood drive to
benefit the American Red
Cross. University students
will compete against Michi-
gan State University to collect
the most blood donations.
WHO: Blood Drives United,
Alpha Phi Omega
WHEN: Today from 12 p.m.
to 6 p.m
WHERE: Vandenberg
Room, Michigan League
Film screening
of the 'Lioness'
WHAT: A screening of the
documentary "Lioness," a film
about female army support
soldiers who were the first
women in U.S. military his-
tory to be sent into combat.
WHO: Student Veterans
Assistance Program
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Forum Hall, Palm-
er Commons

Housing Fair
WHAT: Housing Fair 2009
will be providing students the
opportunity to learn about
the housing options both on
and off campus.
WHO: Off-Campus Housing
Program- Housing Informa-
tion Office
WHEN: Today from 12 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union
Resume writing
workshop
WHAT: Resume writing
workshop to review the skills
and tools necessary to write
an effective resume.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Room 3003, Stu-
dent Activities Building
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A case that was started in
1926 was recently reopened
due to suspicions of murder,
the BBC reported. The case is
about a 16-year-old girl who
went missing while cycling to a
railway station. Family wants to
find the body to give hera prop-
er burial.
Starting this May, stu-
dents will be able to
study "abroad" at Wol-
pole Island, home of the Bke-
jwanong First Nation. The
island is two-hour drive from
Ann Arbor.
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