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Written by Iain Bernhoft
In comparison to big state schools and high-powered private universities, Gonzaga's computer network may seem rather primitive. However, it is making slow but sure steps toward acceptability. The computers have gotten updated, but there are still some old dinosaurs around campus that, despite being ancient, get the job done. Both Macs and PCs are represented, too.
Most students have laptops, as desktops are rarely used. If students need access to a University computer, usually the labs aren't too crowded, except for during stressful times like midterms and finals. On the plus side, some of the computer labs are open 24 hours, which is especially beneficial to students who have busy schedules. In terms of the network signal, it's hit or miss. Sometimes it can be very slow and frustrating, while other times it can be strong. Wi-Fi is another area with which students are often frustrated.
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