All members of the class of 1923 interested in becoming a business editor of the Harvard Advocate, the oldest publication in the University, should report at the Advocate House at 7 o'clock this evening. Reliability and initiative are the main requisites of a successful candidate and no man should feel hampered by the lack of previous experience. The competition, which will consist mainly of soliciting advertisements for the magazine and of regular office work, will last for approximately three months. The work is interesting and will be arranged so as not to interfere with the mid-year examinations. This competition is open to Sophomores only.
Advocate Wants Business Candidates
From Our Advertisers
A Friday Afternoon at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.
Located close to Harvard Square on the Babcock Green Line, Balance Patch brings "social gaming" to Boston.
Leesa Sleep tells a story of entrepreneurship and philanthropy at Harvard Business School's 2017 Marketing Innovation Conference.
This article has been written in collaboration with the team at Church Hill Classics who provide diploma frames, certificate frames and varied other gifts for graduation.