Once again it's my privilege to bring you this Newsletter. Coming as it does at the end of a semester, with all of the usual attendant difficulties, it is indeed a labor of love and an effort of will. But thanks to much perseverance and your cooperation, here we are. This is the first time that you can also access this newsletter on-line from the Department's Home Page. So Please do take a look at it and let me have some feedback. It's important to hear from you so that I can know how we're doing. Send me mail with your comments and suggestions for improvement.
I'd like to give a special word of thanks to my Graduate Research Assistant, Louis London for all of the effort he has put into bringing this site to you.
In addition, I have to offer my deepest gratitude to Prof. Helft. During this semester, Bea worked tirelessly to find appropriate means of disposing of the unused equipment that is stored in the Multimedia Lab. Although in the end it proved a futile effort, I must commend Bea for her dedication to this cause. By the way, all of you are welcome to come to the Multimedia Lab and have a look at this equipment to see if it will be of any use to you.
Finally, I must offer all of you, my colleagues, best wishes for the Holy Season. Strange as it may seem, we have much to be thankful for, and hopefully, much to expect in the new year. In the spirit of the Season, and in homage to the power of the 'Net, I have taken the liberty of pointing you to some links that will help explain the symbolism of the festivals of Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa and a prosperous New Year to all!!
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