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June 15, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… provide a suite of offices so that of small personal computers like the Apple Lisa and Science and Engineering division professors may have office hours on central campus the Apollo computer. Engineering…

… quietly. Merger to create stronger computer dept By ANDREW ERIKSEN and LSA. will remain the same - only the course numoers will LSA students majoring in computer science will Administrators in both…

… engineering computer network this fall as a stronger computer science program at the Univer- tives will be different," said Pollack. result of the merger of two University departments, sity. THE DEPARTMENT is…

… changing slowly to limit according to an LSA dean. THE NEW department will have two divisions: the number of problems for its students. "If the course requires the use of the engineering Computer Science and…

… associate dean Henry Pollack. "I see it as a welcome change," said Prof. Gideon benefits." THE COMPUTERS in the network consist mostly Frieder, who will be the chairman of the Computer There is a plan to…

… students began Prof. George Haddad, the current chairman of the - probably in East Engineering - and to offer paying the $100 fee last fall. electrical and computer engineering department, academic…

… counseling. Some professors will have to The computer and communication sciences depar- will be the chairman of the new department and its commute between North Campus and Central Cam- tment in LSA and the…

… Department of Electrical and electrical engineering division pus to teach classes and hold office hours. Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering THE NEW department will still offer an un- The new…

… department will eventually be moved will officially merge July 1 into the Department of dergraduate degree in computer science for LSA from East Engineering to North Campus when the Electrical Engineering and…

Computer Sciences students and an undergraduate degree in computer new engineering building is complete. The ground (EECS). The faculty will report to James Duder- engineering for engineering students. was…

June 19, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 19) • Page Image 14

… of other, already- developed high-tech centers. Barbara Kraus, a spokeswomen for Apple Computer, said her company probably would never locate a research or manufacturing facility in Michigan. Apple

… ridiculous sequence com- like organ dirge comes on loud, to paring microphotography of computer, hammer in the point. Like the rest of chips with satellite photographs of the film, it's a breathtaking scene…

Computer is located just outside San Francisco in the area known as Silicon.Valley. "THERE IS a certain kind of at- mosphere in Silicon Valley," she said. "We have a very experienced work for- ce. Stanford…

…-tech companies to get tegether8, ekeha geides',an; frm "a new company in the same community. She said Apple would not want to give up the advantage of their current location to move to the Midwest. If Michigan…

June 13, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 18) • Page Image 5

… provision taxes ordinary earnings Investors have been trying to duplicate the feat of those be - salaries, wages, and dividends - at a higher rate than who were quick to back high-flying firms like Apple dish…

… capital earned through an increase in the value of stock. Computer, and made killings when the stock was first sold etny This is already the case, but the Reagan plan would to the public. But while capital…

… Proponents of the tax break argue it is needed to of new capitalists hoping to back the next Apple. ople stimulate investment, particularly in young, innovative Less than one fifth of the new venture capital…

June 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

… the country's history ... It is almost unbelievable to me, looking back over the years and the process, that we are at this point at this time." With the committee work finished, the job of computing

… the University's Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The University was chosen for the grant because of its "quality program" in…

… PTP - "A Member of The Wedding," 8p.m., Power Center. PTP - "Three-Dollar Revue," 11p.m., League. Ark - Rich & Mo DelGrosso, 9 p.m., 1421 Hill. Arbecoll Theatrics - "The Apple Tree," Summer Dinner…

June 06, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

… House and a majority of the American Senate virtually ensured final ap- voted yesterday to ban bank loans and people," said House Speaker Thomas proval of some form of trade penalties computer sales to…

…-127, also would "Opposing apartheid in South Africa ministration official said. The com- ban new investments by U.S. firms in is as American as apple pie," Rep. puters are used by South African their South…

June 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 17) • Page Image 7

… nutritional sciencea. President William Gerberding said the school will concentrate on im- proving undergraduate instruction, restoring funds to the library budget, and increasing computer services. Tenured…

…, suaeto bring laughter and tears. Dy Stephen sondba i.n Juy 13-16 Jast trytokeep yourself from dancing during lhandacolorulfia etoTheatrefest wabants tstay singl,but have,"swinging" co and the "Big Apple

June 17, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 28) • Page Image 12

… right! 54 Keeper of the naila 57 Cowboy gear 58 Per se 59 Point for Tracy Austin 60 Court needs 61 Said nay 62 Southwestern sight DOWN 1 Apple of a sort 2 Turgenev 3 Word with paper or piper 4 City…

…. Position also available in the fall. Call 764-0560, ose or Kathleen or apply at 420 Maynard, Student Publication Building dG62 H EL P W ANTED . COMPUTER PEOPLE We're helping many companies in the area fill a…

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