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July 12, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 29) • Page Image 11

… strong computers made by Apple or Zenith at engineering students, access to com in computering, while most were ac- low cost from the University's micro- puters may be a "bargain" but it is cepted - but…

… unacceptable," said Li, a member of At the airport, Li said Taiwan remains the "greatest ob- China's powerful Communist Party Politburo Standing stacle" to better U.S.-Chinese relations. Computers will soon…

… formally approved the plan, Business and engineering students authorize the computing centers and Pauses to refresh they unanimously supported the idea will also have to pay more for their find that there…

… aren't enough people when Van Houweling introduced it at computing, paying $50 more in fees on campus trained touse them. Roberto Goizueta. chairman of the Coca-Cola Co., sips a soft drink at the the…

… said that his and more people ar learning how to us of 'Classic' Coke. ould set up "clusters of 25-50 com- plan is the most inexpensive way for computers before coming to the puters around campus," Van…

… students to have access to computers. University. In addition, he said the S Houweling said. According to Van Houweling, only School of Literature, Science, and the Where these clusters would be private…

… universities are planning Arts would be expanding its computer located, he said, hasn't been decided projects on the same scale as the classes. yet, but he envisions them scattered University, and they require…

… students Billy Frye, the University's vice AUCKLAND, New Zealand (UPI) vessel wer caused by "externally at- in dormitories and libraries around to buy computers. president for academic affairs, Prime…

… such as Angell Hall. each, with some as expensive as any mandatory computer classes for environmental flagship "a major "The explosions, two of them, CURRENTLY, the University has $10,000, he said…

…. University students. criminal act" yesterday and said his blew an 8-foot hole in the hull on the 250 stations available to students for "Our society is changing rapidly," "Computer literacy is a short…

July 10, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

… engineering college in conjunction with Apple computers, for which students have a $100 surcharge added to their tuition bills each term. Burroughs hopes to have the system in place this fall and fully…

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday. July 10. 1984 - paqe 3 Business students fac $10 om uefe By THOMAS HRACH Business students will enter the computer age this fall with a new computer network for the…

… business school, and the new system will be paid for by charging business students an additional $100 per term. "You just can't turn around without having to use a computer in the business world," said…

… Gilbert Whitaker, dean of the School of Business Ad- ministration. "After graduation our students will have a leg up to the power of computers." THE SYSTEM will involve equipment supplied by the Burroughs…

… Corporation, and will link students, faculty and staff in the most ambitious computer familiarity project of any business school in the coun- try, Whitaker said. The new system, he said, is necessary for the…

… University to stay competitive with 'You just can't turn around without having to use a computer in the business world.' - Gilbert Whitaker business school dean the more prestigious business schools. The…

… system will link a number of new microcomputers and also provide users access to the University's central com- puters. The project will be similar to the Computer Aided Engineering Network developed by the…

… using a computer in the business world." Burroughs will send seven representatives to the campus for the first year of the system's operation to help work out logistical problems and train faculty and…

… dormitor) Crawford said he is considering making the fa( specialty housing, possibly for computer science me The temporary housing of seminar participants may become permanent, according to Ann Walt business…

July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

… good, but I can't af- capabilities - the college is now con- ford the idea," said Searing, who sidering the Apollo Domain for its more suggested engineering students be powerful computers, and the Apple

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 23, 1983 Engin. students to pay for computers (continuedfromPage1) money's worth," said Mechanical (MTS) cannot provide.E Duderstadt said'that MTS does…

… they will benefit from the system, and S ditin, e ne computers will added that they were angry they had he more like those an engineering not heard more about the new system . student might encounter on…

… the job _ before the Regents tacked the $100 fee each machine will be a self-contained on their tuition hills., computer, and not simply a terminal "Since Engin. 102, I've had only two hooked up to a…

… system shared by many or three computer assignments, said users liketheMTS.eshrMechanical Engineering Senior An- PLANS NOW call for installing 400 to thony Searing. "I've used maybe $35 500 computers

…, although Duderstadt (worth of computer time) on MTS - said the college may use thousands of now; they want me to pay $100 per the machines in the long run. term." The equipment will vary in its "THE IDEA is…

… charged according to the amount of Lisa and IBM PC for less complicated computer time theyuse. work according to Associate Dean for I never use the computer s it's not Research Daniel Atkins. fair," said…

… Ling Yang, a senior in The school should be able to install engineering sciences. 200 computers by fall, according to the Other students, however, said they network's director, Aerospace would welcome…

… East son, who added that the computers' Engineering, with plans to open more world procesing system would be stations later. beneficial. i euniversities Jody Van DePolder, president of the WIILE…

… saioslsome colleges andunvriis EgneigC nclth coee' have solved the problem of increasing student government said hat shes dependence on computers by requiring would "withhold judgement until I their students…

July 13, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…" analyst. In a story on the University's plan to make computers accessible to all students, it said that students can buy computers low cost from the Univer- sity's computer education center. Students can…

… only get information on where to get the computers at the en- ter. Students must by the computers from the U-Cellar. In Thursday's Daily, an article on Page 1 said Jennifer Faigel, a mem- ber of the rape…

… Room. Films Ann Arbor Summer Festival - Singing a Joy in any Language, 6 p.m., Power Center. Michigan Theater Foundation - Days of Heaven, 7 & 9p.m., Michigan Theater. Speakers - Computing Center…

… Institutions," 7 p.m., Lawyers' Club Lounge. Miscellaneous Microcomputer Education Center - workshops, "Microsoft Multiplan for IBM-FC Compatibles,"; "Microsoft Word for the Apple Macintosh," 1 p.m., 3113 School…

July 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 23) • Page Image 9

… some of Comden and Green's best songs, their other accomplishments are worth noting. For instance, before Frank Sinatra recently revived his career with his tribute to the Big Apple, he sang about "New…

… and a computer to speck of light corresponds exactly to a coordinate the special effectsstar in the sky. The planets, which are The second thing you'll notice when bigger, brighter, and move around in…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 12

… eight 4 Word with field times per year or hand 36 Round cake, for 5 Wheel stabilizer short 6 Savoyard's 37 Diminutive of-a favorite name 7 Trees akin to the 38 Musical works apple 40 Snake 8 Tool in the…

… ELP W ANTED COMPUTER PEOPLE We're helping many companies in the area fill a variety of permanent, shorter-term and consulting positions, and we want to talk to people looking to apply their experience…

July 25, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 46) • Page Image 12

… "A- apple of money: 27 Pet shop pie..." Phrase sound 19 Was concerned 54 To the point 28 Ape 20 Scrooge-type at issue 29 Some Greenw person 56 Products of Village people 23 "- we have the Mesabi 30…

…. Volunteer position, academic credit available. Contact Mar- garetatPIRGIM,662-6597. 68H731 COMPUTER PEOPLE We're helping many companies in the area fill a variety of permanent, shorter-term and consulting…

July 10, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 35) • Page Image 12

… novel- 56 And yet 26 Deteriorate ist, 1917-67 57 Equal 27 Of apples 19 Kiss 58 - out 28 Far from dainty 20 Shed (makes do) 29 Till now 21 Go for 31 Cross the plate 22 Gambit DOWN 32 Story 23 Western…

… W ANT ED WANTED-EXPERIENCED cooksland dishwash- ers. Apply in person. Rick's American Cafe, 611 Church. 08H715 COMPUTER PEOPLE We're helping many companies in the area fill a variety of permanent…

July 23, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 36) • Page Image 2

… p.m.; "Health Views,"6:30 p.m.,88.3 FM. Washtenaw Community College - "The ind Afromusicology Society - Marcus Belgrave Miracle in the Apple Orchard Run," 8:30 a.m., his and the New Detroit Jazz…

… Room, Main Meetings Library. Girl Computing Center - Labs, Forrest Hartman, .m., CEW Job Hunt Club - Brown bag discussion, "Intro Ontel Terminal," 1:30 p.m.; "Advanced noon, 350 S. Thayer. Ontel Terminal…

July 20, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…, Michigan League. Speakers Computing Center - Forrest Hartman, "In- troduction to MTS Command Extensions and Macros, Part I," 3:30 p.m., 164 Business Ad- ministration Building. Miscellaneous Microcomputer…

… Education Center - workshops, "Microsoft Multiplan for IBM-PC Compatibles (Part II)," 1 p.m.; "Microsoft Word for the Apple Macintosh (Part II)," 1 p.m., 3113 School of Education Building. Frye says tuition…

July 10, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…. Computing Center - workshop, "Using Win- dow with your IBM-PC or Zenith Z-150, Pt II," 3 p.m., 3113SEB. Microcomputer Education Center - workshop, "Microcomputer WordStar (Pt I). 8:30 a.m., "Microsoft Word…

… for the Apple Macin- tosh Pt It," 8:30 a.m., 3113 School of Education Building. women who were said not to be able to speak for themselves 10 years ago but who are now here to tell you what they have…

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