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September 04, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

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… Michigan Student Assembly. Thirty students held a brief picket outside the laboratory of Elec- trical Engineering and Computer Science Prof. George Haddad in July after the awards were announced. Haddad…

…, whose $14.6 million project was the largest of the University's URI projects, will study methods of increasing the speed of computer microchips. Researchers happy "This is one of the best projects…

… on coe reaches virtual standstill Complete Computer Center is Ann Arbor's oldest and most experienced computer dealer. Located just two blocks from campus, we offer a full line of computer supplies…

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September 04, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

…. Changes wrack student publications By ROB EARLE The computerization of the Daily is only one of the changes that will also undergo changes. Under editor Seth Kluckoff, the Review, student publications are…

… has reared its ugly velcro head. The Daily is .. . getting computers. Sure, putting out the paper will be more efficient, %iicker, and the paper will probably have less mistakes and typos than in the…

…, sleepy, tense, people scream out now? "Oh, the beeping of the computers hurts y head, and where are the crackers for my brie?" Changes But changes are nothing new to the Daily. For exam- le, we used to…

… and progress stand side by side. A manual typewriter used as of this summer at the Daily fronts one of the Univer- sity's new phones. Computers will replace the antiquated typewriters this fall…

… to "do something towards foreign service is Asia." This year, she is taking prerequisites in political science and Chinese. She usually studies with other students because they can share ideas. Apples

…, is like comparing apples and oranges. Study pressures, competition, and direction after graduation are part of any students' academic life. But dif- ferent concentrations influence these factors…

… differently. In math and science classes, tests are usually multiple choice. With every seat in a large lecture hall filled during an exam, the most efficient way to grade is by computer. Grading based on the…

… said there are some engineering majors entering. other areas like business, law and medicine. Within engineering, some prospects are brighter than others-electrical and computing engineers are doing…

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