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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 3, 1971

Page Twelye... THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 3, 1971

Youth voter
cnference
Id
oens tod ay
Ai. 3niergency Conference of
NeW ters opens today at Loyola
Unive in Chicago. Planned by
the °.ociation of Student Govern-
mentsi over 1,500 students from all
oven country will heart speech-
es andattend workshops:
Te purpose of .the .convention is
to acquaint newly enfranchised
voters*with methods of becoming
delegats to the. national conven-
tions next summer. ,convention
leaders.;hope 'that, as a result,
there will be a significant number
of' 1$-5,delegates at the national
con1 e1ons- . .
Workshops will emphasize basic
polcl techniques such as fund-
rais n, press coverage, party or-
ganzsib, and~'deltg'ate. selection.'
Siehkers willinlude Sen. Harold
Hu ihs (D-IoZa), the- tIev. Jesse
Jaci sbn, Allard° Lowenstein, and
Rel Bella AbzugI)-N.Y .

PESC PROGRAM:
Group meets to chart new
courses on social change

By REBECCA WARNER
A crowd of 150 students last
night attended the first organi-
zational meeting of the Program
for Educational and S o c i a 1
Change (PESC).
The group, a loose coalition of
about 40 faculty and students,
hopes to provide students a
chance to study societal and edu-
cational change in nontraditional
environments.
Last night group members pre-
sented course ideas and discuss-
ed projects for the coming se-
mester.
Speaking at the start of the
meeting, history Prof. Sam War-
ner described PESC's members
as veterans of various campus
and community political actions
who are "trying to humanize the
environment and the University."
Although PESC has no formal
politics, Warner said members

share a conviction that "there
are things very radically wrong
with this society and it needs to
be very radically changed."
He said PESC aims to begin
"on our own block" to learn how
to change the University and
other institutions. He stressed
that its form will be up to the
students who become active in it.
Adrienne Harris, Grad, also
discussed the problems of con-
tacting and involving community
people who are interested in us-
ing the University as a resource.
She urged those interested in
PESC's relationship to the com-
munity to attend its weekly meet-
ing, today at noon in Room 126,
East Quad.

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