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Written by Lauren Foster
Most students say that the available public computer labs at Wellesley are sufficient for their needs. Yes, it's true that around exam times students stalk the aisles of Knapp, breathing over the shoulders of anyone who looks like they're about to leave, but for most of the semester, it is no trouble to get a public computer. While having a computer isn't necessary, it is a very good idea. A printer also isn't necessary since it's easy to pop into a public cluster on the way to class and print out a paper.
Computing at Wellesley is good enough that students do not really have to pay attention to it, and they can usually go about their business with no worries. When a student needs a public computer, there is one, and when a student has problems with her computer, she can easily visitng the Computing Help Desk in the library.
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