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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…

April 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…, Director led the institution's Department of Electrical and Computer Engi- neering and was a professor there since 1977. Director said he now looks forward to working at a larger, more research…

… Arslanovski, was able to Ommunicate Friday with her class- mates in Grand Rapids via the, Internet and a quickcam camera. "Personal computers can be a valu- able tool," Arslanovski said. "We can Bone…

… on their way to southern Lebanon and that they will strike Israel abroad as well. First woman to deliver Golden Apple lecture By Patience Atkin Daily Staff Reporter For any student who ever wondered…

… what the "f' word means, tonight's Golden Apple Award lecture may shed some light on the subject. Carol Boyd, this year's recipient of the Golden Apple Award, will deliver her ideal last lecture, titled…

… of Nursing, said she assumes that the "f' word refers to "feminism." "At least, that's what she said," Hinshaw said. Previous Golden Apple recipients in- clude English Prof. Ralph Williams, his- tory…

… Prof. Sidney Fine, chemistry Prof. Brian Cnnol n h~is torv Prof Tomn polls University students to select a Golden Apple winner. "It's a campuswide selection pro- cess," Kraut said. He said that this…

September 15, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…' autumn in an apple orchard More than a thousand visitors are expected to come to Wiard's Orchards ins Ypsilanti each weekend until late October. Taylor resident Carol O'Neal makes a new friend at the…

… petting barn. Ypsilanti resident Ron Hoge climbs an apple tree for hard-to-reach McIntosh apples.. Photos by Karen HandelmanM hij ackers MASERU, Lesotho (AP) --South African police killed three hijackers…

… enrollments are increasing rapidly, the University must adjust the budget to make room for the added students, Kennedy said. Also, he said, next year's budget proposal reflects computer improvements these…

April 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… administration," said Provost J. Bernard Machen. "She took on the toughest jobs and was able to solve prob- lems other people couldn't. Mann gives 'Apple' lecture Biology lecturer gets to 'the point' "We never…

… absent from his ideal last lecture. Mann, the recipient of the seventh annual Golden Apple Award for excellence in under- graduate teaching, mixed humor and serious- ness last night to move a crowd of…

… literature about the upcom- ing change to the public. "The new phone books will also list the prefixes that will be affected," Woodward said.' In the Ann Arbor community, num- increase in fax, computer and…

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