The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, August 16, 1990, Summer, Page 2, Image 2

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work. Mutunayagam said he helped
Shull to use the computers produc
tively, providing advice and assis
He said Shull was a student ol his
in the past, but he was onl\ a consult
ant lor this project.
Mutunayagam said he was im
pressed with Shull's transition from
computer science to architecture.
“To make that transition, he used
and demonstrated his understanding
of the technology . . .. It was an
outstanding achievement,” he said.
Mutunayagant said he is very proud
to be associated with Shull as a con
sultant anil as a friend.
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Democratic nominee for governor Ben Nelson talks with Bill Hoppner, a former guberna
torial candidate for the Democratic party. The Nebraska Democrats kicked off their No
vember campaign Monday evening in the Reunion, at 16th and W streets. In a short
address, Nelson said the past four years were not what current governor Kay Orr
promised, and it is up to the Democrats “to do something about the problem.”
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nal stress and fatigue. After UNL
invested SI5,(XX) in the project, the
U.S. Army Research Office granted
him SI62,(XX).
But the program benefits the uni
versity and the state in other wa\s,
Splinter said.
UNL. benefits because graduates
of the university, both with master's
and doctorate degrees, have a source
of carccr-rclatcd employment, he said.
And the program helps attract top
level faculty to UNL, he said Al
ready one faculty member has been
hired from the University of Utah,
who brought SI million worth of
equipment. Splinter said.
Tbc program benefits the state by
providing jobs both m Lincoln and
soon outside of the city as well, he
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both. Beacon said R
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tee agencies resulted from state lego B
laiion passed a few years ago £
The legislation provide s suite lend- B
ing institutions the ability todoersily B
financial hacking powers of student B
loan programs. 1|
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Fund (US AF > proposes a coalition to H
deal w ith the HEAF system if lman Ej
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“We w ant to serve students 1 here ■
will be a guarantee' agency. v, M
continue io do business.” he said M
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