The Herald explored trends in undergraduate student worker unionization and reasons for its rapid growth.
Ashley CaiSenior Staff Writer
Ashley Cai is a Senior Staff Writer from Los Altos, California covering the staff and student labor beat. She is a Brown-RISD Dual Degree studying computer science, IAPA and graphic design. She is also a member of The Herald's Tech Team.
Last weekend, more than 160 students from more than 40 universities across the United States and Canada convened on College Hill for the inaugural College Climate Gathering hosted by Sunrise Brown. From Nov. 3-5, participants attended workshops and panels centered around campus climate organizing and ...
Over 500 protestors march through downtown, call for end of U.S. aid to Israel
The rally follows LOCC’s press release last Friday announcing that a majority of community coordinators, live-in residential assistants employed by the University’s Office of Residential Life, intend to unionize.
TAs allege job uncertainty, reduced hours in biology course, unexpected termination in previously planned engineering courseBy Ashley Cai | September 27
TAs alleged job uncertainty and reduced hours in a biology course this fall, and unexpected termination in a previously planned engineering course last spring.
After negotiations between TALO and the University, undergraduate TA wages increase to $18 an hour.
The interim contract only lasts for the 2023-2024 academic year and is expected to be replaced by a full contract that TALO and the University will negotiate in the coming months, according to Joe Maffa ’24, a TALO organizer.
Protestors called on the University to pay $15 million annually in support of Providence schools.