MGA Students Bring New Life To Old Computers For Museum Project

The five Middle Georgia State University students who signed up for Tina Ashford’s new “IT Museum” class this fall just wanted to tinker with vintage computers that are, in most cases, considerably older than them.

They ended up becoming de facto archivists and historians behind what is on the way to becoming a permanent display of classic personal computers and other equipment in a lobby and hallway of the Macon Campus’s Professional Sciences building, where the University’s School of Information Technology is based.

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