Why should you want to work on the Harvard Summer News? Well, for one thing, it is a wonderful way of evading studies. The News is run by a small group of unemployed Harvard CRIMSON editors who have become proficient in avoiding libraries and will happy to pass on their secrets.
Working for the News is a way to get into speeches, movies, plays, and other events free, and that's a pretty good reason, too. In addition you may be able to improve your own writing and explore some subjects you've never had time to pursue.
If none of these reasons convince you, then perhaps the fact that the Summer News is serving ice cold beer and coke at its party for prospective staffers tonight will lure you. The session begins at 7:30 p.m. at the CRIMSON building, 14 Plympton St.