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February 18, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 83) • Page Image 3

… "Terminator 2" on an Apple Macintosh Quadra 700 computer which was on display during the day-long Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN) 10th anniversary exhibition. The exhibition presented a retro…

… of the publication CAEN User Services. The exhibition featured comput- ers ranging from an original Apple Lisa 2/10 computer with 512 K ca- pacity to an Apple Macintosh Quadra 700 with 8 Megabytes of…

… throughthe use of computers rather than toys." CAEN manages 2,000 machines, 7,000 users and supports the largest concentration of Macintosh comput- ers outside of Apple headquarters, added John Bertagnolli…

… Chemistry Building reported Tuesday that equipment worth al- most $15,000 was stolen from that building, according to the University Department of Public Safety (DPS). In all, two personal computers, a…

… suspects as of yesterday afternoon. - by Will McCahill Daily Crime Reporter CAEN celebrates 10 years of computing by James Cho Daily Staff Reporter Engineering students enjoyed watching cartoons and…

…- spective look at CAEN, highlighting past and current software and hardware resources. "It illustrates how far computing has advanced in the past decade in general and on campus," said Elizabeth Cox, editor…

… memory. Cox added, "CAEN provides computer labs, software, and net- work for engineering students, faculty and staff." CAEN was established to foster an advanced engineering computing environment for the…

… College of Engineering. CAEN distributes software, such as computer aided design (CAD) programs, that students cannot nor- mally afford, said Frank Gulczinski, an Engineering senior. Dan Atkins, founder of…

… CAEN and professor of electrical engineer- ing and computer science, said CAD programs allow users to experience real problems and to incorporate mechanics and electronics and other disciplines into…

… their work. "Without CAEN, we would be out of business," said Don Geister, professor of aerospace engineering. "We use computers all the time. The network, for example, supports software to demonstrate…

February 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 84) • Page Image 7

…" lecture at Rackham Aud- memorable by relating some of his itorium March 29. personal experiences. "When I first Hillel and Apple Computer are began teaching I was reluctant to the major sponsors of the…

… Lab. Flex. hrs. up to 20/wk. Must be computer literate (Word/WordPerfect) 747-2914. POOL MANAGER/SWIM COACH for neighborhood swim club. Experience and certification required. 665-9853. RECEPTIONIST…

…*u +1 +it Golden Apple serves as Fine prize for prof.: by Michele Hatty He noted that in the time he has It is Monday, 11 a.m., and the been at the University, students have Modern Language Building…

… years, was se- mind." lected this year's Golden Apple Lecturing in History 467, Award winner. "American History 1933 to the The Golden Apple Award honors Present," Fine has the unique oppor- teachers who…

… awarded a Golden Apple trophy, Navy during World War II as 4 a cash prize of $1,000 and the Japanese translator and interrogatoi. opportunity to present his ideal Fine said he tries to make lectures, "last…

… (3 hr/N.Y.C.) - Sports oriented. Counselors/ Specialists for all land/water sports, camping, computers, A&C, video, radio. Campus in- terviews on Weds. March 10. Write 55 chan- nel drive, Port…

…'t' teach to get laughs. It does help stu- dents to remember people." Students cited Fine's lecture style as one of the primary reasons they think he deserves the Golden Apple. "He is definitely interesting…

…; caring person and he's also an' inspiring professor. That's what I think (the Golden Apple) award is' for, to recognize someone with such, attributes." Regarding his future at the' University, Fine said…

February 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 74) • Page Image 7

… students, Apple Computer offers a more rewarding way to help make ends meet: Becoming an Apple Student Rep. If selected,you'll become a paid consultant for the local Apple Higher Education account team. You…

…'ll help plan and implement Apple marketing programs on campus. And you'll be kept current on all the latest news about Apple® products. Most important, we offer experience that'll add a lot to your…

… education. And to your resume. So if you share our passion for bringing the power of personal computing to every student and educator, and if you love Macintosh computers as much as we do, call the number…

… printed below. The rats can get by without you. We can't. Be an Apple Student Rep. Call 996-2622. Due to high demand, our supply of 1992-1993 Student Directories ran out a few weeks ago. I'Ie just received…

February 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

… stolen from EECS Computer thieves allegedly struck the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building over the weekend, taking an Apple Macintosh computer, its monitor and a laser printer, according…

… can't see it wherever I go - I'm not sure if they have it," Tsukamuto said. Spiegel said students are a large part of the waste problem on campus. "There's an over-usage of pa- per in the computer areas…

…. Owsley said the Radiation Safety Services team speculated that the chemical may have been an ingredi- ent in the laboratory's floor wax. "It was not a harmful amount of whatever it was," he said. Computer

February 11, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 78) • Page Image 7

… person. 761-6520. COMPUTER CONSULTANT Part-time job, 10-15 hours per week. School of Natural Resources and Environment, Dana Building. Perform computer software and hardware troubleshooting. Duties include…

… fixing broken Macs and DOS computers, installing hardware and software, Novell network installation, trouble- shooting, and maintenance, and advising users on the proper use of standard software programs…

…. Counselors/ Specialists for all land/water sports, camping, computers, A&C, video, radio. Campus in- terviews on Weds. March 10. Write 55 chan- nel drive, Port Washington NY. 11050-2216. or call 1…

… 764- 0550 for more info. GET PAID TO THINK! Starboard Ann Arbor's new property listing service urgently needs computer literate stu- dents for next week's on-line startup. $6 per hour. 741-0550. LOOKING…

… 5. OR 2 FEM. FOR BDRM. in 2 bdrm. apt. New furn., Ige. rm., appl. incl., Idry., N. Ingalls. Friendly rmte. 995-3503. 1ST YR. LAW STUDENT looking for non- smoking lhousemate(s) in newly furnished house…

February 10, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 77) • Page Image 7

… & HOUSEKEEPING. T 6:45-9:15 p.m., W 6-10 p.m., Th 5:45-9:15 p.m. Sun 9:15-11:15 a.m., 4:30-7:30 p.m. $5 to start for hardworking person. 761-6520. COMPUTER CONSULTANT Part-time job, 10-15 hours per week. School of…

… Natural Resources and Environment, Dana Building. Perform computer software and hardware troubleshooting. Duties include fixing broken Macs and DOS computers, installing hardware and software, Novell…

…. Counselors/ Specialists for all land/water sports, camping, computers, A&C, video, radio. Campus in- terviews on Weds. March 10. Write 55 chan- nel drive, Port Washington NY. 11050-2216. or call 1…

… 764- 0550 for more info. GET PAID TO THINK. Starboard Ann Arbor's new property listing service urgently needs computer literate stu- dents for next week's on-line startup. $6 per hour. 741…

… discussion group for childhood cancer survivors, please contact Jenna Glazer:668-2496 and E-mail. 1 or 2 femn. for bdrin. in 2 bdrm. apt. New furn., Ige. rm., appl. 5ncl., ldry., N. Ingalls. Friendly rmte. 995…

February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 7

… Boys & Girls. N.E. PA (3 hr/N.Y.C.) - Sports oriented. Counselors/ Specialists for all land/water sports, camping, computers, A&C, video, radio. Campus in- terviews on Weds. March 10. Write 55 chan- nel…

… more information call: 76-GUIDE 764-8433 ROOMMA TES. 1 OR 2 FEM. FOR BDRM. in 2 bdrm. apt. New furn., Ige. rm., appl. incl., Idry., N. Ingalls. Friendly rmte. 995-3503. 1ST YR. LAW STUDENT looking for…

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