At a December rally to kick off the contract campaign, PSC President Barbara Bowen spoke about union members' commitment to CUNY's mission and why they stick with CUNY despite the low pay.
The GOP tax plan hurts PSC members at the Graduate Center
A constitutional convention in New York could have threatened unions. Old-fashioned organizing by PSC members helped defeat it.
Members at the CUNY Research Foundation’s central office overwhelmingly approved a new contract with pay and leave gains.
This session of the Supreme Court hears cases that deal with vital labor issues, including one case that looks at whether forced arbitration agreements that ban collective or class legal actions violate federal labor law.
In light of often confusing moves by the White House in regard to DACA, activists are doing all they can to protect CUNY's undocumented students.
The PSC bargaining team spent months carefully crafting demands for the entire bargaining unit. Several team members reflect on the demands and prepare to bargain with CUNY for a new contract.
Thousands of members have signed new membership cards in preparation for a potential negative ruling at the Supreme Court.
Faculty, staff and students demanded CUNY’s Board of Trustees urge Governor Andrew Cuomo to sign a bill for fair funding of CUNY.
Labor has a lot to lose from a constitutional convention, while big money and special interests have a lot to gain. Vote no.