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Written by Chagmion Antoine
For a university that often looks to be stuck in another century (complete with a castle), technology on campus is accessible and well updated. Computers are everywhere. Every main building, as well as all of the residence halls, has computer labs. There are PCs and Macs, most of which are usually in working condition. Access is not a problem. The only problem is congestion and speed. Things are usually fine until everyone decides they need to download the streaming feed of some live TV incident all at once. Finals week is also a headache. Otherwise, ITS is a small task force of students that handles the needs of the entire student body considerably well given the limited resources.
If you still don’t trust the facilities, you can bypass all of the hassle by bringing your own computer and your own printer! Then hot coeds just might be asking you if they can download your hard drive!
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