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December 01, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

… for the college to pay Apple Computers, Inc. and Apollo Computer between $4 million and $7 million to provide approximately 1,000 computers over the next two years. THE NEW system, which has been…

…'s general fund, private donations, and loans. Phillips said the college's Computer Policies Committee chose Apple and Apollo to supply the new system. He said a number of firms were in- vestigated prior to…

… academic program coor- ONCE BOTH sides agreed that autonomy from See CULS OFFICE, Page 5 a e r'1 v e d e n e Ty C J7 Engineering college set to expand computer network By THOMAS MILLER An agreement…

… between the College of Engineering and two major computer manufacturers could put microcom- puters on every engineering student's desk within a few years, officials in the college say. Plans currently call…

… operating since the beginning of the term, already had computer terminals located in East Engineering Building, the Chrysler Center, and the Dow Building. The million-dollar expansion, to be formally…

… announced at a press conference tomorrow, marks the college's plan to make the computer network the most sophisticated univer- sity system in the nation. Future expansions may provide each engineering student…

… that fee. AS THE system grows, officials said, students may eventually be offered the option to buy a computer. However, aerospace Prof. Richard Phillips, who is directing the project, said such plans…

… are still a long way off. "It's still too early to tell what the long term plans will be," he said. "We're just starting, but we'll be rapidly heading towards a computer in every room in a year and a…

…. Phillips said current plans to buy 1,000 computers from the firms over the next two years may change as prices fall. "Exactly what we'll be able to buy a year from now is hard to say," he said. FUNDS FOR the…

December 01, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 57) • Page Image 7

… country wishes they never seen nothing like the 'Canes either. Miami is the bad apple of intercollegiate athletics. The Hurricanes attract bad citizens to their program with the frequency r head coach Jimmy…

… to have nothing to do with t ves. Kosar, who plays for the Clevela Reserve a microcomputer for three hours of uninterrupted work at the Campus Computing Site, 400 North Ingalls Building, Room 4438…

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