After months of discussion, Columbia Law School will install public Wi-Fi for Law library patrons not affiliated with the Law School, effective immediately.
Wireless Internet access will be available to students living in the Carlton Arms building in the near future as a result of a concerted effort by Engineering Student Council.
Undergraduates will not be receiving access to the Wi-Fi network in the Arthur W. Diamond Law Library any time soon, despite the Engineering Student Council’s effort to change this policy.
Thanks to the Wireless Corridor Challenge, 10 business districts throughout the city will receive free Wi-Fi, including 125th Street from Broadway to Second Avenue. Installation is scheduled for completion by December.
It may be a while before students can decide whether a wireless parks plan is worth their dollar.
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