Wireless: Instant admission into top-100 heaven

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follow site Computers with wireless Internet network cards are supposed to be able to access Northeastern’s network, NUwave, at 16 locations on campus, according to the university’s Web site. (Unfortunately, the quality of connections in some areas within these sites on campus is sometimes low.)

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كيفية المتاجرة في الاسهم Harvard University: 77.8 percent, including most dorms, according to the university’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences Computer Services.

go site Boston College: 77.5 percent, including dorms, according to the Campus Technology and Resource Center

click Northeastern University: 60%, not including dorms, classrooms or offices, according to Information Services Vice President Bob Weir.

go Huh?

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follow Weir said speed, cost and security are Northeastern’s three primary deterrents to increasing wireless Internet access on campus.

go site But demand is demand, and Northeastern should be fully devoted, determined and dedicated to satisfy students on the famous college search.

اسهم البنك اﻻهلي اليوم The Princeton Review is a popular stop for high school students on the prowl in hopes of finding the ultimate college to attend. This week, the Web site, www.princetonreview.com, unveiled a new category for ranking schools: “most connected campuses.”

here This is a potential sore spot for Northeastern. The new list is small, with just 25 campuses, so Northeastern should hop on the WiFi bandwagon while it still can in hopes of cracking the list. Expansive wireless Internet access is not yet a common denominator at college campuses, and Northeastern should take advantage of this now before it loses its chance to do so.

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click here Northeastern could be known for years as a school at the forefront of the wireless university movement.

مؤشر الاسهم مباشر Opportunity knocks. Northeastern: Consider opening the door to fewer wires more seriously.