The CRIMSON is publishing today a 90-page "Guide to Career Opportunities." The guide marks the first attempt by a college organization to present a unified analysis of vocational prospects for graduating college seniors.
All seniors may get their free copy of the guide at the Student Placement Office, 52 Dunster St. It will also be distributed to 200 colleges throughout the country.
The guide covers 12 broad areas of vocational opportunities, with articles written by men distinguished in the fields. President Pusey, novelist Herman Wouk, industrialist Harlow Curtice, and politician Harold Stassen are among the 39 prominent contributors.
Other contributors to the section on Writing, Publishing, and Journalism are Roy E. Larson '21 and John Cowles '21.
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