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March 2016

At a moment when the university system could face drastic cuts, PSC members, CUNY students and allies called on Chancellor James B. Milliken and the Board of Trustees to wage a public campaign to adequately fund CUNY.


CUNY students traveled to Albany to connect with lawmakers and drive home the message that investing in CUNY and SUNY means investing in the future of the state.

Will the state legislature restore funding?

PSC and CUNY management resumed contract talks with the presence of a state-appointed mediator.

The sudden death of Justice Antonin Scalia may yield a deadlocked decision on the anti-union case, allowing prior case law to stand.

John Jay student activists connected their struggle against tuition hikes with the fight for a fair contract for PSC members.

The message was clear at a local campus event: no more tuition increases and a fair contract for PSC members.

At The Cooper Union on March 20, the PSC will host "CUNY Writers Against Austerity: A Reading in Defense of CUNY" in The Great Hall.