The Harvard Radical Union will hold its first meeting of the academic year tonight to discuss ways to bring a radical perspective to Harvard courses.
Joel Krieger, a second year Government graduate student and a spokesman for the Union, said that at tonight's meeting members of the group will discuss:
* organizing a workshop for graduate students in radical methods of teaching;
* establishing a lecture series emphasizing the radical approach to teaching and learning the social sciences; and
* publishing a regular newsletter that would be distributed among all graduate students.
The members of the Union will also discuss taking a position on the financial aspects of the GSAS admissions policies, David Stark, a second-year Sociology graduate student and member of the Union, said yesterday.
The group will meet at 7:30 p.m. in William James Hall.
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