Students Publish Lat. Am. Review

The first issue of the Harvard Latin American Chronicle, a monthly summary and analys's of recent developments in Latin America, will be on ale in the House today.

According to its editors, Thomas O. Trobe '67 and Carl L. Proper '67, the magazine is the only regularly published, English language report on Latin American affairs. The Chronicle, which costa 25 cents a copy, is published by the Latin American Association, an undergraduate organization that invites specialists in Latin America to lecture at Harvard.

Funds for the first issue were donated by the Committee on Latin American Studies, the faculty group which coordinates work in the area. The revenue from the magazine sale wil be used to finance next year's first issue, Trobe said.

The May Chronicle contains a survey of the current political situation in nine Latin American nations.