With the help of my Professor, I see now that the whole “contradiction” business laid out in the sections below were truly caused by my misreading the passage. Super embarrassing. An explanation of the issue is in the next paragraph, and I will preserve my original writeup to maintain a record of my blunder.»
Hello, I am hoping that I may act as a resource for some of you with relevant interests. I will attend the paid event on campus this Wednesday (October 19, 2016) entitled “How to do Business in the Pacific Rim” (details here: http://www.calasiancc.org/event/how-to-do-business-in-the-pacific-rim-2/), and I imagine that many of you will not be able attend but that you may benefit from its information.»
Sometime around the beginning of 2014, my college district upgraded/changed their Wi-Fi infrastructure, and seemingly no one but myself was affected by this change. Whereas other students’ laptops would automatically and successfully connect to the network, my laptop (running Linux Mint 16) wouldn’t. Trying the guides my college provided and contacting both the district’s technical support and a professor that teaches Linux Networking, didn’t help, but I finally figured it out1.
I figured it out by looking at the LRCCD network’s settings on my Android phone that was able to connect to the network without an issue. ↩