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January 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

… passage of san- ctions against the South African government; but here, too, the White House was able to intercede and block even more effective action," she said. Computer (Continued from Page 1) easier…

…," Anita Bohn,a R.A. said of her word pro capabilities. "I've used it a to plications to graduate school.' ARCHITECTURE student Petkovich found the compute to his studies, despite his libe background. "I…

… love to try to work both the ces and the arts together," Pe said after displaying the work accomplished on his Apple Ma "I didn't think I could apply itI of the things I had to do whi drawing... It…

… that a fee will make students more likely was like to take advantage of computing etting a privileges. a Mo-Jo "It was better to set it up so that cessing everyone had an incentive to use t in ap…

…- computers. That's what a fee does," he told the group. Mark Van Houweling also defended the r useful fee as necessary for keeping the ral arts University's prestigious image com- pared to peer schools. ie…

… Houweling told students that "you in not need to be involved," but he under- iput as scored the importance of speed in the tudents computer installation process. )r com- He also spoke of the Computer ,er, and…

…Policies Committee, a student ad- sources visory group that he has promised to appoint this term to assist with e is un- Univeristy computer decisions. ISRAEL INFORMATION Thursday, Jan. 16, 10:00 - 5:00 p…

… because of scheduling conflicts. "It's a problem because they get a little rusty," said French Prof. Gemma Galli. "(The lottery) is a time of high anxiety." 6 6 0 Electrical Engineering, Computer Science…

… and Mathematics Majors. The National Security Agency is responsible for analyzing foreign communications, safeguarding our government's vital communications and securing the government's computer

… just a few of the possibilities: Electrical Engineering. Research and develop- ment projects range from individual equipments to complex interactive systems involving micro- processors, mini-computers

January 15, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… and University. Marks also said speculation that Apple was releasing a new line of more powerful computers following the sale has caused many people to rethink their decision. The deadline was extended…

computer deadline By DAVID WEBSTER The deadline for ordering a Macintosh Plus computer in the University's special compute sale has been extended one week due to several unforeseen problems. The postponing…

… current sale offers computers and a variety of options at 52 percent off their normal cost. Computers will be available in packages ranging in cost from $1,420 to $2,550. Greg Marks, deputy vice provost of…

… to allow people more time to reconsider buying a computer. See COMPUTERS, Page 2 INS IDE 'U' proposes a stronger language requirement; Opinion proposes abolishing it. OPINION, PAGE 4 Arts predicts a…

… groups to serve on the caucus. Duderstadt ... initiates-new plan Computer age enters U' social scene Darlys Topp takes over as the new new director of the Disabled Student Services Program. See Page 3…

… who want to discuss topics ranging from music or health issues to soft drink preference no longer have to search kiosks and bulletin boards to find their interest group. Now they can use computers

…. Computer conferencing is be- coming a popular method for students to send and receive messages or lodge complaints, according to LSA sophomore Todd Bakal, an organizer for one of the several conferences…

… networks by presenting their student ID's at all computing centers on campus. Bakal said the SCP program is Not all issues, however, are the topic of light discussion. Bakal said students often argue over…

… pro- 'It's almost like a cocktail party. You just throw something in the air and you've got a hundred people commentmng on what you've just said.' -Todd Bakal, organizer of computer conferencing…

… occasionally the communication can be immediate: "If you get on a computer line at the same time as someone else, you can send messages back and forth to each other. You can talk. That has happened to me a…

January 15, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 75) • Page Image 2

… seminar about the advent of a new line of computers that would outdate the Macintosh Plus were unfounded. "There is no new product coming from Apple in January and the Macintosh Plus is going to be on the…

… product line for a long time," he said. Ron Lovdeless, a computer con - sultant at the Microcomputing Center, explained to an audience of more than 60 people that the sale is not an attempt by Apple to…

… three senators, all Democrats. Stallworth emerged from the secret vote saying she would work hard to build the caucus' image in the Legislature. Computers provide social outlet for 'U' students…

… (Continued from Page 1) Trek was big; there were a lot of critiques of the new movie. Monty Python was also popular." The advantage to computer conferencing is that it offers an "open forum," Rashes said. "It…

…'ve met in the last year have been through this (project)." Any student or faculty member can join the SCP, because computer fees are included in tuition bills. People interested in joining can receive a…

… Student Request Account at the Microcomputer Education Center in the School of Education. A new member is initially given an account of $20 for computer access time and is allotted $12.50 for every month…

… afterward. Limited funds pose a problem for the SCP, Bakal said. The computer system runs similarly to the phone system: the user is charged according to the length of time he spends on the system. Computers

… clean out its inventory. The Macintosh Pluses are being manufactured at the end of this month upon specific request of the University. Besides clarifying the procedures for purchasing a computer, the…

… seminar provided potential con- sumers with an overview of the Macintosh Plus' capabilities. It was also announced that pick up of new computers on Feb. 7 and 8 has been moved from the North Campus Commons…

… to the Old Main Hospital. Computers will still be available through the University after next Friday but at higher costs. Put Yourself on The Line for Michigan Work at Michigan Telefund EXTRA S…

January 15, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 75) • Page Image 6

… compact disc player, $250; Carver C-2pamp ifier $240, Apple MacIntosh 512K Enhanced computer.$1150. Call Jim 764-1754. Leave Ph. number. NOW LEASING FOR FALL '87 Listings now available for efficiencies…

… (Micro's). Job entails legwork, ability to build trust knowl- edge of/ability to learn computer skills. $7/hr. Year commitment. Resume to 114 8th, Ann Arbor, MI 48103/phone 995-0088, lve. mess. for Mr…

…Gab 15. SituationsWanted7 a 3 5.28 7.20 9.36 9.84 11.52 I 8Cupd'sHelper 17. Roommates J 4 7.04 9.60 12.48 13.12 15.36 I * 9. Student Services 18. Computer Mdse. 5 88 20 56 64 92 5 8.80 12.00 15.60 16.40 19…

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