Streeter: Have you ever had an issue with Wi-Fi on campus?

Chanel Lum - Marketing Communications  “We’re at BCIT, an institute of technology, and the Wi-Fi is spotty at best.”

Chanel Lum – Marketing Communications
“We’re at BCIT, an institute of technology, and the Wi-Fi is spotty at best.”

Mandeep Sandhu - Marketing Communications “I no longer count on Wi-Fi because it’s a risk so I just make sure I keep enough time to go to the library.”

Mandeep Sandhu – Marketing Communications
“I no longer count on Wi-Fi because it’s a risk so I just make sure I keep enough time to go to the library.”

Kaitlyn Krois - Marketing Communications  “Quite often it’s not available and you have to keep trying and sometimes it takes 15 minutes to half an hour [to log on] and that’s really frustrating.”

Kaitlyn Krois – Marketing Communications
“Quite often it’s not available and you have to keep trying and sometimes it takes 15 minutes to half an hour [to log on] and that’s really frustrating.”

Stan GorMenski - Tourism  “It’s so slow or it doesn’t load and the final product is I’ll just end up putting away my laptop.”

Stan GorMenski – Tourism
“It’s so slow or it doesn’t load and the final product is I’ll just end up putting away my laptop.”

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Neetu was born and raised in the Okanagan Valley (minus the few toddler years she spent living in Punjab, India where her line of heritage is from). She moved to the lower mainland to attend BCIT and is now in her graduating year of the Broadcast and Online Journalism Program. Her writing and editing for Link magazine often happens late at night because when she's not at school she works as a reporter and anchor for CKNW Newstalk 980 and is also involved in the start up of a charity called the Beautiful World Foundation. She loves to travel and feels fortunate to be in a field where she can share the stories of interesting and inspiring people from around the world.

neetu@linknewspaper.ca

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