A Letter From The Publisher, Jul. 20, 1953

Two years ago, TIME'S Education Department started a special program for U.S. college students. The plan was to assign a team of writer-editor lecturers to visit campuses across the country, speak to journalism classes and other students, and be available for discussion groups. The speakers were prepared to talk on the latest news issues, discuss the functions and responsibilities of reporting news today, and be targets in question-answer sessions. Last month the second lecture season was over, and TIME'S speaking team (Frank McNaughton, John Scott and Frank Shea) returned with a solid respect for this year's crop of undergraduates.

Speaker McNaughton, a...

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