Persistent pressure by union activists forced the Bronx Community College administration to take proper health and safety action.
The union’s national affiliate is looking for members who may have been wronged when applying for loan forgiveness. PSC members may qualify.
With the new chancellor officially in his position, the union sees an important opportunity to push forward talks for a new contract.
Activists remember Open Admissions strike.
President Trump issued an executive order that says it will preserve ‘free speech’ on campus, but CUNY faculty see a right-wing political agenda.
The PSC won three-year appointments for adjuncts in the last contract, and some are ready to reapply. The union provides some pointers for reappointment.
Hundreds of classes were forced to relocate as decades of neglect contributed to burst pipes in a main building at Bronx Community College.
The CUNY Board of Trustees has selected Queens president and former Hostos Community College president as the next chancellor.
Campus chapters have hosted work-ins and grade-ins to demonstrate the kind of work PSC members do, and to build solidarity at the local level.
While 9/11 was nearly two decades ago, the heath effect of the WTC collapse still plague workers in Lower Manhattan, including at BMCC.