Become a Member

Join PSC
Fill 1
header bw


News & Events

February 7, 2017

Lottery for Access to Middle-Income Housing Units in Manhattan

A small number of 1 and 2-bedroom apartments are expected to become available at below-market rents at Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village. Located on the east side of Manhattan, below 23rd Street, this housing complex of over 11,000 apartments was recently taken over by a division of Blackstone Group.…

January 30, 2017

PSC Member Denied Entry to U.S.

UPDATE: Barbara Bowen reported on Saturday afternoon, February 4, that "Saira Rafiee, the PSC member and CUNY doctoral student who was denied entry into the U.S., landed this afternoon in Boston and is on her way back to CUNY and to us!" PSC member Saira Rafiee granted re-entry…

January 6, 2017

Confirmed January Dates for Retroactive Pay

A Message from PSC Treasurer Sharon Persinger Dear PSC members, We have confirmed dates! In our meetings and phone calls with CUNY's Office of Human Resources Management, we continued to stress PSC members' anger at the length of time it has taken for the hard-won pay increases to…

December 7, 2016

CUNY Allies to Mayor and Governor: Stand Up For People of Color, Immigrants By Fully Funding CUNY

CUNY Rising White Paper Praises What Works At CUNY, Calls for $2B in Public Funding to End Chronic Disinvestment New York—The CUNY Rising Alliance and supporters called on Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo today to uphold their post-election promises to protect at-risk New Yorkers by committing to…

November 21, 2016

Three Things We Can Do Right Now

A Message from Barbara Bowen, PSC President Many of us feel shattered and threatened by the result of the election last week. Violence of all kinds suddenly seems much closer-violence against the climate and against other nation-states, but also against women, people of color, the poor, Muslims, immigrants,…

1 31 32 33 34 35 38
Jump to Content
Tell Mayor Adams to protect NYC health insurance & keep premium-free Senior Care