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WHRB will celebrate its tenth anniversary this afternon with a special broadcast on the history and development of the station.
A brief talk by Marcus White II '51, president of the Radio Network, will open the ceremonies, paying tribute to the decade of development of undergraduate radio. The station first operated under the wing of the CRIMSON. The description of the network's history will be aired at 3:30 p.m.
After this talk, the informal reminiscing of friends and past members of WHRB will be broadcast. Dean Leighton, Thornton Wilder, Norton Professor of Poetry, and Archibald MacLeish, Bolyston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, have been invited to take part in these discussions.
MacLeish was a found of the Harvard Radio Workshop--an actors' group not affiliated with the network--which closed down in the spring of 1949. Official opening ceremonies for the station's newest and largest studio will also be held. The studio has been in use since the fall.
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