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December 05, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

…-mail, file system space for students and faculty and other information. Instead, Telnet will be replaced by Secure Shell, or SSH, a program designed to increase computer security. The new server can be…

…, they could potentially get in there and delete the whole thing," said Janine Ovens, computer systems con- sultant for the geology department. Hackers within or outside of the University community could…

… through Telnet to access e-mail. "We will run Pine," Sandy Colombo, director of the UM Computing Environment, said. "That's the biggest confusion that people have had with this." Both Telnet and SSH allow…

computers. Also, students traveling abroad may have difficulty accessing their e-mail with SSH. "Let's say you're a student and you're traveling someplace, and you walk into a cyber- cafe. How do you get SSH…

… Golden Apple Award. As Lassiter's students applauded and cheered - one surprised student responded with a loud "Oh My God" - Lassiter stood on the stage looking modest and slightly embarrassed. "Well, let…

… senior John Schwartz. "He uses a lot of media and he involves a lot of pop culture and things we've grown up on." The Golden Apple Award is an annual award given to professors through the group Students…

… Honoring Outstanding University Teaching. Stu- dents nominate their favorite profes- sors, and the recipient gives the annual "Ideal Last Lecture" in January. The actual Golden Apple Award is given at the…

… Golden Apple said Lassiter inspires them through his creative lectures and because he is not afraid to take up con- troversial issues. "He presents fair and unbiased pre- sentations of history while…

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