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January 2011

January 2011

PSC members, students and City Councilmembers rallied Dec. 8 at City Hall to speak out against Mayor Bloomberg’s $11.8 million midyear cut in City support for CUNY. “We’ve got 23,000 students jammed into a building made for 9,000,” said Geoff Kurtz, assistant professor of political science at BMCC. “When we see availability of classes decrease and class sizes increase, education starts to erode.” PSC chapters are pressing colleges to cope with budget cuts in ways that do the least harm to students, faculty & staff.


Ending corporate loopholes and making the very wealthy pay fair taxes are the starting point for solving New York’s budget crisis.

CUNY’s academic librarians are scholars who empower students and faculty to succeed. Now they are organizing to gain time for their own scholarship.

The president and provost of Medgar Evers College are criticized for hostility to faculty and staff, and for distancing the college from the community.

CUNY’s academic librarians are scholars who empower students and faculty to succeed. Now they are organizing to gain time for their own scholarship.

PSC members, students and City Councilmembers rallied Dec. 8 at City Hall to speak out against Mayor Bloomberg’s $11.8 million midyear cut in City support for CUNY. “We’ve got 23,000 students jammed into a building made for 9,000,” said Geoff Kurtz, assistant professor of political science at BMCC. “When we see availability of classes decrease and class sizes increase, education starts to erode.” PSC chapters are pressing colleges to cope with budget cuts in ways that do the least harm to students, faculty & staff.

Ending corporate loopholes and making the very wealthy pay fair taxes are the starting point for solving New York’s budget crisis.

CUNY’s academic librarians are scholars who empower students and faculty to succeed. Now they are organizing to gain time for their own scholarship.

The president and provost of Medgar Evers College are criticized for hostility to faculty and staff, and for distancing the college from the community.

CUNY’s academic librarians are scholars who empower students and faculty to succeed. Now they are organizing to gain time for their own scholarship.


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