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Queens College Nucleus, VI, NI, 1957

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Queens College Nucleus, VI, NI, 1957

Description

The journal of undergraduate scientific research at Queens College.

Subject

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

Creator

Queens College (New York, NY.)

Source

StudentPublications.Box20

Publisher

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

Date

1957-01

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Language

English

Type

Text

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Queens College (New York, NY.)

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Staff
Eugene Berkowitz- Editor-In-Chief
Fred Mopsik- Assistant Editor
Art: Lynne Clark, Barbara Schneider
Faculty Advisors: Dr. M. Hecht, Prof. J. Tobin
Miscellaneous: Judy Weiner, Lillian Blaschke, Robert Starishefsky, Paul Hoffman, Aaron Kopman, Lester Krasnogor, Doris Perna, Joyce Sessler, Elliot Levine, Ruth Kaufman
Foreword
The NUCLEUS began not too long ago as a mimeographed newspaper consisting of about three pages. After a few semesters of this type of publication, there evolved a new NUCLEUS, which was professionally printed. This newspaper contained first five and then six pages. Now the NUCLEUS in its status quo has been born, the situation being ironical because the necessary financial backing was obtained through the utilization of proceeds arrived at through admission rates from a film concerning birth.

In this first issue we present to you a diversified collection of articles that we trust will interest biology and pre-medical students alike. We are including senior papers in biology, individual research projects by members of the society, and other feature articles. If, after reading the NUCLEUS, you find that you can offer some suggestion for its improvement, or, if you are able to write a paper concerning some specific biological problem about which you are interested, submit it to us and it will be gratefully considered for future publications.

The NUCLEUS would not have been possible without the aid of Dr. M. Hecht of the department of Biology of Queens College and Professor J. Tobin of the department of English of Queens College. Also Standard Scientific supply, ward's Natural Science Establishment, and Champlain Biological Service, who answered our plea for advertisers for this journal, added to the possibility of its existence. It is the aforementioned group of men and organizations to whom we heartily extend our sincere thanks.

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Queens College (New York, NY.), “Queens College Nucleus, VI, NI, 1957,” Queens College Archives and Special Collections, accessed November 21, 2017, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/queenscollege/items/show/522.