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Opinion

The Black History Higher Ed Needs Now

In higher ed today, the wisdom of marrying the labor and racial justice movements is once again apparent, Karin Alejandra Rosemblatt writes.

California State Union Approves Tentative Deal, Despite Dissent

Members of the union representing roughly 29,000 California State University faculty members, librarians and others have approved the tentative agreement...
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Pro-Union Is Pro-Student

Improving working conditions for non-tenure-track faculty is what’s best for students, Anna Harrison writes.

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AAUP Joins Labor Union Call for Ceasefire in Gaza

“We cannot bomb our way to peace,” the statement from the association of professors says.

Caltech Grad Students, Postdocs Vote to Unionize

Graduate student workers and postdoctoral scholars at California Institute of Technology have voted to unionize in two separate bargaining units...

New Unions Represent Over 40K Grad Students, Postdocs, Researchers

Last year, 26 new bargaining units representing over 40,000 graduate student workers, postdoctoral workers or researchers officially formed across the...
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Why Did the Cal State Strike End After Just 1 Day?

California State University’s systemwide strike quickly ended with a tentative agreement. Some faculty members are urging a no vote on what union leaders say is an “excellent” deal.

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Cal State System Strike Begins, Ends in 1 Day

The university, the country’s largest four-year public institution by enrollment, didn’t concede to the union’s demand for a 12 percent raise this academic year.