Nearly 9,000 members responded to the union's online survey conducted at the end of May. See the survey response rates.
Two filmmakers delve into the story of NYPD infiltration of a Muslim group at Brooklyn College and spark a conversation about trust on campus.
A new online master's program in American history was pushed through without input from history department chairs. The union and faculty governance bodies are raising concerns.
Alan Pearlman, a dedicated PSC leader and activist, passed away unexpectedly. In his decades at CUNY, he leaves behind a legacy of serving students and striving to improve the working conditions of his colleagues.
PSC members urged city council members to include a $35 million increase to CUNY in the city budget. The increase would help reduce teaching load and give instructors more time for students and research.
PSC President Barbara Bowen addresses how grossly underpaying adjuncts is both a pressing ethical issue and a management tactic to drive down wages and justify chronic underfunding of public higher education.
This year's state budget for higher education has mixed reviews. While there wasn't a proposed drastic funding cut like last year, needed investment for public higher education after years of defunding is absent.
Some graduate assistants were denied bonuses, so the GC chapter fought back.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has finalized his college scholarship program, with much fanfare. But critics say it’s a deal that leaves many students unserved.
Highlighting the injustices of the Trump administration, PSC members will use May 1 as a time to engage students in discussions about today’s political struggles.