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September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 32

… more than two years. of the second-largest concentration of Macintosh computers Even finding a working station does not guarantee success. in the world - behind only the Apple Corporation head- Every…

… canreach him over e-mail at cjfarah@umich.edu. Angeli Hall could well be the computing capital of campus. But rising fees Imposed by the information Technology Division continue to afflict students looking…

… only to find an "out Daily Editorial Page Writer of order" sign hanging on the monitor. At remote sites, some The University's Information Technology Division boasts computers sit, broken and unused, for…

… month, money is allocated from tuition dollars to pay quarters. When prospective students come to visit the for computer accounts. Some is deducted for e-mail costs and University, a major selling point…

… the stretches the vast panorama of the Angell Hall non-working computer is the last-minute print job Computing Center. canceled for lack of ITD funds at the end of a It's an impressive sight, and if…

…-nighters and e-mail. To many, V decline due to the $25 minimum deposit required to computer use becomes a dependency, and more. As open one. professors catch on to the technology now available, Unfortunately…

…, some students are forced to resort some bold teachers have begun using computers - from online to this option, due to exorbitant dial-in costs charged by ITD. conferencing to Web pages - as integral…

… parts of their courses. Students fortunate enough to own their own computers and Whether the need arises from personal use or class neces- printers may avoid the high printing charges at ITD sites, but…

… sity, many students absolutely depend on computers to get they must pay dearly to connect to the University network them through the day. And that's where the problems begin. during daytime and evening…

… hours. When ITD brags about the sheer number of machines ITD can be an important ally in students' ever-increasing available, they forget to mention one small detail: At any computer usage. However, right…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 36

…- standing University Teaching (SHOUT) asks students to single out great professors by nomi- nating the best undergrad- uate professor. The award recognizing such work is called the Golden Apple Award, and has…

…'t have to be a Golden Apple winner to be recogd as 'one of the great ones.' Political science Prof. Nancy Burns is a student favorite. "I enjoy helping stu- dent take an idea and implement it an helping…

… mechanical design an computer-aided desig methods. Farouki has taught at the Uni versity for two years, but has alread acquired a 'cool guy' reputation. "I enjoy having the opportunity t work with young people…

… influ ence positive change for students, eve though its members do not have an executive administrative powers. I University's history department. Fine, a Golden Apple winner, has been a favorite since…

… excellence. Collier, who specializes in the history of war and American society, has taught at the University since 1981. He too was honored with the Golden Apple Award. He said besides his passion for the sub…

… Golden Apple Award, says he really enjoys his work. "I really like trying to understand learning, and learn- ing through chemistry," Coppola said. Among other courses, Coppola teach- es Chemistry 210, an…

… Gold- en Apple. In addition to teaching, Boyd DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN DO MOBRE THAN JUST STUDY HERE AT U OF M D ~ I yes! tHe LuNivWRSit GCtiV it i25 C2N t 6R! .i9 t EXCITING COURSE IN FILMNIDEO…

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