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Announcement was made yesterday by Assistant Dean G. E. Bates of the Business School that changes are to be made in the precedent of the two Business School periodicals, the Alumni Directory and the Alumni Bulletin.
The Bulletin, which is published every six weeks, is to treble its size in the January issue. A set of cuts of the buildings to be erected on the new site across Boylston Street from the Stadium, will be run. The circulation of the paper is to be widened to include prospective students at the Business School, and all those connected with the institution.
The Alumni Directory, which has hitherto been an annual release, will henceforth be printed every two years, and will be more complete. The trouble with the Directory in the past has been that men have changed their address so rapidly that an accurate account of their whereabouts could not be maintained by an annual Directory.
"It is to establish a more permanent record of the graduates of the school that this second change has been made," Dean Bates stated.
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