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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

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