President James Davis explains the union’s carefully crafted plan, focusing on CUNY Central, Albany, City Hall and the next contract.
Members at Bronx Community College organize to alert the administration about mold and lack of ventilation at a campus building.
An environmental sciences expert at Queens College warns CUNY’s weekly COVID-19 testing system for employees is inadequate.
PSC members defend faculty governance at CSI.
Oct. 31 opt-out deadline for city retirees’ new Medicare Advantage plan is struck down, and the fight against the privatized plan continues.
PSC members and students met with city councilmembers about the ongoing shortages of mental healthcare services on CUNY campuses.
There have been some big changes to health-care plans for NYC municipal retirees, and the PSC has done its best to ensure retired members are fully covered.
The union has been fighting against unsafe reopening of CUNY campuses. A series of photos document the various actions throughout the city, from union participation in safety walk-throughs to members marching outside of CUNY colleges.
A grievance victory ensures City Tech adjuncts who were wrongfully denied their 3-year appointments received their 3-year renewals.
With Andrew Cuomo out of Albany, the PSC sees a chance to push for more state funding for CUNY. PSC activists prepare for the fight ahead.