The ASRC Graduate Center campus at CUNY is supposed to be a state-of-the-art building, representing hundreds of millions of dollars in investments. It was part of the highest value project […]
Could LA be on its way to a general strike?
Over the last few weeks, several LA unions have turned out to demonstrations in support of striking WGA workers. With hospitality workers and teachers also about to face expired contracts, […]
The unionization wave continues. Barnes and Noble workers are joining employees at a long list of businesses who are seeking (often successfully) to unionize. Workers at the Park Slope Barnes […]
Doctors at Elmhurst Hospital have been negotiating with the hospital’s management for almost a year in an attempt to achieve parity in pay and benefits with doctors in other zip […]
CUNY Law censors pro-Palestinian speaker
On May 12, Fatima delivered a graduate speech at CUNY Law’s 2023 commencement ceremony after her peers voted for her to represent them. Last week, CUNY Law administrators gave into […]
Grad student workers at MIT voted down the current tentative agreement with the administration by a whopping 1,715 to 226. Follow their updates here. Want to get these posts delivered […]
Writers, editors, video producers and content creators at CNET, the tech. review publication, have voted to unionize with Writer’s Guild of America East! In related news, see this Variety interview about […]
Mayor Adams has consistently increased police funding and cut public education budgets, and other social services, during his short time in office. Graduating CUNY Law students condemned his attacks on […]
A May Day to Remember
What a May Day! There were some great events all over the City last week, and CUNY was at the heart of them. Above: students and teachers from Hunter College […]
What a week at the GC!
This has been quite a week, folks. Monday 4/24 we had our union chapter meeting and voted to approve a set of GC demands we want to organize around and […]