Dorm residents frustrated by slow Internet programs

MSN and AOL instant messengers, and a computer game called Counter Strike were completely blocked from residential computers last weekend due to maintenence.

Many students who live on campus are wondering what happened.

“Counter Strike is a game that students really like to play,” said Lindsay Hunter, a representative of the Residential Housing Association. “They even have teams and tournaments.”

Hunter received several complaints from students who were denied access to Counter Strike.