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HGSU Strike: Day 1

By Camille G. Caldera, Kathryn S. Kuhar, Thomas Maisonneuve, Kai R. McNamee, and Amanda Y. Su
On Tuesday at midnight, the Harvard's graduate student union went on strike. After over a year of unsuccessful contract negotiations, union members began picketing in Harvard Yard 10:00 a.m. Tuesday. Major points of contention include health care, compensation, and sexual harassment and discrimination grievance procedures. Hundreds of striking union members have given up teaching responsibilities including grading assignments, holding review sessions, and hosting office hours following the last day of regular classes at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

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