CUNY Union Bureaucracy Silences Members
Faculty at the City University of New York are facing massive layoffs in the fall, but the PSC CUNY union that represents them has so far done little to resist, choosing instead to silence many of its most active and engaged members.
Olivia WoodMay 23, 2020
Universities Plan to Sacrifice Student and Employee Health for Fall Tuition Checks
After a spring semester hastily moved online, higher education is now hedging their bets on what to do for the fall. With money the top priority for administrators, students and employees need to fight harder than ever to protect their safety and livelihoods as COVID-19 cases in the United States continue to climb.
Olivia WoodMay 4, 2020
“The CUNY PSC Contract is an 8,600-Word Capitulation.”
A CUNY adjunct writes about why he is against the PSC's proposed contract. If you would like to write about why you are voting no, we encourage you to submit to [email protected].
Alan L. BounvilleNovember 1, 2019
CUNY Reaches “Historically” Bad Contract Agreement with Faculty Union
On Wednesday, October 23, after almost two years of closed-door bargaining, the Executive Council of the CUNY Professional Staff Congress (which represents both staff and faculty at the university) finally agreed to a tentative contract proposal with management. Hailed as “historic” and “transformational” by the union leadership and the University, both of which have already […]
James Dennis HoffOctober 25, 2019