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Volume 27 Issue 7

Free PittNet port installation available >

November 23rd, 1994

The Executive Committee on Academic Computing is again sponsoring free installation of PittNet ports for faculty. The deadline for application is Jan. 9, 1995. PittNet is the University's campus-wide high-speed data network that connects offices, computing labs, timesharing services and personal computers, and enables access to other local, national and international networks. Through PittNet, users […]

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Writer's roots in Bradford lead to book, UPB faculty appointment >

November 23rd, 1994

Ernest Hemingway frequently spoke of the need to "get it right," to capture something of the fullness and basic truths of life, when writing a story. Perhaps the surest indication that David McKain got it right when he wrote "Spellbound: Growing Up in God's Country," a memoir of his childhood and youth in Bradford during […]

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Pitt-Flex open enrollment for medical insurance ends Dec. 14 >

November 23rd, 1994

University employees who want to make changes in their Pitt-Flex benefit selections have until Dec. 14 to return selection forms to the Office of Human Resources. Changes will be effective Jan. 1 and remain in effect through June 30, 1995, when Pitt will change the Pitt-Flex open enrollment period to match the University's fiscal year. […]

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How to access PittInfo >

November 23rd, 1994

To access PittInfo, staff, faculty and students need access to either World Wide Web or the Internet Gopher client program. Access to these clients fall into two categories: LAN access and terminal access. Individuals with a Windows, Macintosh or UNIX personal computer with an Ethernet connection to PittNet can use the LAN access method. Individuals […]

Feature,Volume 27 Issue 7