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Student unions throughout the world will receive the first issue of a new National Student Association publication the International Affairs Commission Bulletin, at the end of next week. Sue Steiner, Radcliffe '51, was yesterday appointed coordinator of the project.
Although the present staff consists only of Radcliffe students and Commission executives, Harvard and Boston University students interested in working on the Bulletin should get in touch with Charlotte Allen, Commission secretary, at the NSA headquarters at 96 Winthrop Street.
Contents of the new bi-monthly publication will range from student news from home and abroad to NSA travel information, including up to the minute reports on cooperating organizations such as the World Student Service Fund and the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, the State Department, and organizational advice for student unions from NSA.
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