Members of the Student Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) are satisfied with the limits it has placed on free printing this year, despite continued student frustration with the change. Committee members said the restriction was put in place to eliminate exorbitant and wasteful use of free printing previously offered in all residential life computer labs.
Many students are still having difficulties accessing wireless Internet on campus, despite continued efforts by Student Technology Services to improve connectivity. At a Student Union Senate meeting Wednesday, students reported having difficulties with Wi-Fi in residence halls, Holmes Lounge, the DUC and the art and architecture schools.
In an effort to reduce printing waste, Student Technology Services implemented PaperCut last November.
Say goodbye to acorns as Squirrelmail goes into hibernation. The release date for the new GO WUSTL e-mail program has been moved forward to Wednesday. A GO WUSTL pilot program has been underway since mid-January. Student Technology Services (STS) representatives said it has been a success.
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