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Students will be expected to buy their own laptop computers if legislators authorize a wireless campus initiative for South Dakota's public universities, reports the Argus Leader. That might present some problems in the early going of the initiative, but personal laptops are becoming more an essential part of college, says a Black Hills State University graduate who obtained a history degree last spring. "I think a majority of students at our campus have their own computers," Kelly Kirk said. The state Legislature last year refused to pay for a proposal to create what the Board of Regents calls a mobile
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