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Writing began this week for the first intercollegiate Review, a magazine of diverse interests which will be mimeo-graphed in a room in Quincy House and distributed at 13 colleges.
M. Granger Morgan '63, editor-in-chief, stated that the purpose of the new magazine was to "combine many topics and views which until now could be found only in separate publications." The non-partisan magazine will not have an editorial policy, presenting instead factual information or several differing interpretations of current issues.
Conceived last summer, the 20 page bi-weekly will be available in Cambridge after March 26. Until organization is set up at the other schools, circulation will be handled informally by student representatives.
Editorials, presenting different opinions, will be featured. Also included will be columns on world affairs, the arts, religion, and recreation. A section on "academics" will discuss the work currently being done on campuses in the social and physical sciences. Campus news will also be covered.
The overall functioning of the magazine will be handled by the Intercollegiate Review Inc. Although it has accumulated members, the Harvard-Radcliffe ICR has not yet officially become a college group.
Perry B. Molinoff '62 will work as managing editor, with Jonathan M. Pynoos '64 as his associate. Also holding executive positions are John M. Schwarts '64, John R. Schwille '63, George A. Levi '63, and Rey M. MacLeod '63.
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