Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS)

 - Class of 1987

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Computer Phobia Before I came to KTI, I didn't know anything about a computer. Heck I was actually scared of them and their power. When lenrolled, I took Computer Technics and I am glad I did. My first day I sat down at the computer, in the Computer Technics class, and looked at the screen. Mr. Kinsler walked in and relieved me about a lot of my fears by saying "l know a lot of you have never touched a computer before, but I assure you they don't bite." The way Mr. Kinslerteaches his class has helped me to understand that a computer is nothing but anothertool to be used by meg and that a computer is nothing but a box that only as smart as the person programming it. ey David Bush Electronics Qcontinued from page 37l This approach requires that courses be closely coordinated giving a maximum amount of subject coverage in a minimum amount of time. Introduction of electronics in the first semester makes it easier to achieve the depth of understanding of basics needed forthe advanced work later in the program. Students comprehend electronics in such courses as DC Circuits, AC Circuits, Applied Electronics I, Digital Electronics and Microprocessors during their first year. These courses enable them to prepare for later course work such as Applied Electronics ll and Ill and Digital Design. By Lisa Merrill 68 , - MNSAS TEC1 - Hero tAero continued from page 489 The most difficult part of getting a plane out, is convincing an aircraft maintenance student to get out of his lounge chair long enough to help open the heavy doors. Being the "un-official" first year of the program, there are naturally a few problems to be worked out, such as scheduling the plane around stormy weather, but this first year has been an enjoyable one. Hearing other students talk about the Tech Center or some compterteacher means nothing to me, but when they ask what c ass I just got out of, I explain that I have been flying. The questions non-aero students ask can be very amusing at times. "Well it snowed today, does the plane have all season's or regular snow tires ?, Are you ready for 'TOP GUN' yet?, Can you fly like the kid on 'lRONEAGLE?, Have you crashed yet?, What if the engine quits?", and hundreds of other questions. On a more personal note, I am very appreciative of the excellent maintenance performed by the aero- students and teachers. More than once they rushed to have a plane ready for me to fly and I thankthem very much. By Mark Nolin

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WHU IS HHHHIET '? This semester I'm taking a BASIC course, and I had no idea of the lab time that went with it. After work I would go to the lab, and work on programs, and sometimes get involved and not get home until late. I would talk to my wife about"Harry" she slowly understood, as time went on, she would come back with "Oh!" he is with Harry again My youngest child, with the wildest imagination picked up on this and soon Hany went from a machine to a real person whom I would meet inthe middle of the night and execute CEN s '11 secret missions with. My wife being cute turned Harry into Harriet one day, and the stories went on in fun. Well on our parent-teacher visit to our daughters kindergarten class, the teacher pulled us aside to have a talk about, who else than Harriet and Harry. Whom my daughter had turned into real life criminals who were blackmailing our family, because she had no money to go skating. Needless to say Harry and Harriet died that very same day. By John Perret First Impressions My first impression when I came to KTI was where in the heck is it. Finally I located part of KTI, but I still didn't know where all of it was. It seemed very hard to tell where KTI stopped and the airport, or rest of Salina began. I '1 '--1 Gordon Bennett on enrollment 3 day. Upon entering the parking lot I began to wonder if the faculty didn't out numberthe students. The parking spaces seemed to be almost 50 percent reserved. The best thing I noticed were the people. Everyone seemed to be friendly and willing to help. By Joe. Doffing 67



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