More rank-and-file members are getting involved in health and safety organizing. The need for such organizing goes far beyond the pandemic.
The chancellor has a new side gig as a board member of a publicly traded financial management company. What’s he getting paid?
Faculty vote ‘no confidence’ in chiefs
The PSC joined students to protest increasing class-size minimums and Bursar’s holds that are keeping students from graduating on time.
Jumaane Williams has been a CUNY advocate since his student days. The union is pushing for his re-election as the city’s public advocate.
Since March, the union has fought dozens of battles to protect members and students in the wake of the pandemic. Clarion looks back.
At a tense City Council hearing, lawmakers and adjuncts confronted the CUNY administration’s layoffs of thousands of adjunct workers this year.
The CUNY Rising Alliance along with the PSC and its allies move forward with bold legislation.
PSC members joined student activists to call on CUNY to increase the number of mental health counselors. CUNY, they said, is dangerously low on staff.
Several PSC chapters have elected new leaders. These new chapter chairs are seasoned activists who are organizing members in trying times.