150 PSC members – grad workers, staff, and faculty from the Grad Center and the professional schools showed up to fight for living wages and fair working conditions – and […]
On November 15, a PSC-GC rally will bring together speakers from across faculty, staff and student titles to call for a strong contract and assert a revived and more inclusive […]
Whereas the events detailed in PSC President James Davis’ October 25th letter to the Chancellor present a grave cause for concern regarding the future of academic freedom and labor rights […]
On the 21st of August, Graduate Center President Robin Garrell sent out an email under the title “Dining Commons, Food Pantry and Food Services Update.” In this email she announced […]
Hospitality workers in Southern California go on strike during the big Fourth of July rush, joining the Writers’ Guild on the picket lines. Solidarity to striking workers everywhere!
Workers at more than 150 Starbucks stores across the country plan to engage in strikes over the next week to protest the company’s hypocritical treatment of LGBTQIA+ workers.
UPS workers, as members of the Teamsters Union, have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike if an agreement is not reached by the time their current contract expires at the […]
Dear PSC Members, This Spring, several staff members hired to work for the CUNY Online initiative were non-reappointed without cause. They were told that this was because their jobs were […]
As smoke from Canadian wildfires descended upon NYC last week, unionized and gig delivery workers supported each other as employers predictably failed to address safety concerns.
The recent Supreme Court ruling in Glacier Northwest v. Teamsters Local 174 gives employers a precedent to sue unions for “damages” caused by strikes. But this does not take away […]