- “wtf is wrong with the internet here.”
- “i don’t pay $45k a year for some dial-up shit that’s worse than the wireless i used to leech from my neighbor.”
- “WOW. I think I want to transfer.”
The WSA hears you: the internet’s too slow. That’s why today, in conjunction with ITS, the WSA is happy to announce that we’ll have no more of it. The internet is going to get faster. Much faster.
Wipe those tears of joy from your eyes and read the official announcement from WSA COEAC Member Luke Voelk ’11 and Karren Warren of ITS:
Over the past few months the WSA and ITS have received numerous complaints about slow Internet and poor connection speeds. These concerns were taken very seriously. We are therefore pleased to announce that Wesleyan has changed providers and is moving from a 200MB line to 1000MB line. This substantial increase should satisfy the needs of every student. The contract for this deal has been signed. However, a change of this magnitude requires a great deal of work, so we ask for your patience.
WSA Technology Coordinator
Director of User and Technical Services