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Queens College Nucleus, V1, N1, 1940

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Queens College Nucleus, V1, N1, 1940

Description

The journal of undergraduate scientific research at Queens College.

Subject

Queens College (New York, NY.)
College student newspapers and periodicals

Creator

Queens College (New York, NY.)

Source

StudentPublications.Box20

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Date

1940-05

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Language

English

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Queens College (New York, NY.)

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The Nucleus
Publication of the Bios-Logos Society
Gertrude Mendelsohn, Editor-in-Chief
Editorial Staff-Marion Burg, Ruth Burg, Joseph Levin, Dorothy Henn
Art Editor-Arthur Landrock
Publicity manager-Anthony LoCastro
Faculty Advisors- Dr. Lancefield, Mr. Oakes
"The best way to learn anything is to teach it to some one else" according to an old adage.

Good journalism, likewise, works both ways. Explaining a topic in the form of an article or report is an excellent path to better understanding on the part of the author.

Consequently, a number of student organizations, especially science clubs, have fostered journals, whether periodicals or annual publications, as a major activity.

The Bios-Logos club of Queens College now offers the first issue of THE NUCLEUS to those who are interested in the many aspects of the study of living things.

In addition to description of visits to the New York Word's Fair last year (1939), which contributors have roamed in various directions along which modern biological advances have been made, brining together glimpses of natural history, bio-chemistry, genetics, and medicine. The scope of these interesting articles again illustrates how biology touches human life at every point.

Mr. Oakes

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Citation

Queens College (New York, NY.) , “Queens College Nucleus, V1, N1, 1940,” Queens College Archives and Special Collections, accessed November 20, 2017, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/queenscollege/items/show/521.