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Graduate Women Outline Programs

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Members of the Harvard Graduate Women's Organization (GWO) last night outlined their recent activities and plans for future action at an organizational meeting.

Carol Kay '67, graduate student in English and co-chairman of GWO, said last night that the group intends to lobby to resolve the particular problems of graduate women at Harvard.

Members of the group discussed programs for improved post-graduate job placement, for ending discriminatory hiring practices, and for adequate child care facilities. They also proposed the creation of a common forum for women's groups at Harvard.

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