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July 12, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 29) • Page Image 11

… strong computers made by Apple or Zenith at engineering students, access to com in computering, while most were ac- low cost from the University's micro- puters may be a "bargain" but it is cepted - but…

… unacceptable," said Li, a member of At the airport, Li said Taiwan remains the "greatest ob- China's powerful Communist Party Politburo Standing stacle" to better U.S.-Chinese relations. Computers will soon…

… formally approved the plan, Business and engineering students authorize the computing centers and Pauses to refresh they unanimously supported the idea will also have to pay more for their find that there…

… aren't enough people when Van Houweling introduced it at computing, paying $50 more in fees on campus trained touse them. Roberto Goizueta. chairman of the Coca-Cola Co., sips a soft drink at the the…

… said that his and more people ar learning how to us of 'Classic' Coke. ould set up "clusters of 25-50 com- plan is the most inexpensive way for computers before coming to the puters around campus," Van…

… students to have access to computers. University. In addition, he said the S Houweling said. According to Van Houweling, only School of Literature, Science, and the Where these clusters would be private…

… universities are planning Arts would be expanding its computer located, he said, hasn't been decided projects on the same scale as the classes. yet, but he envisions them scattered University, and they require…

… students Billy Frye, the University's vice AUCKLAND, New Zealand (UPI) vessel wer caused by "externally at- in dormitories and libraries around to buy computers. president for academic affairs, Prime…

… such as Angell Hall. each, with some as expensive as any mandatory computer classes for environmental flagship "a major "The explosions, two of them, CURRENTLY, the University has $10,000, he said…

…. University students. criminal act" yesterday and said his blew an 8-foot hole in the hull on the 250 stations available to students for "Our society is changing rapidly," "Computer literacy is a short…

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