The University officially recognized the Third World Labor Organization, according to a Wednesday TWLO Instagram post. The union represents 53 student workers at the Brown Center for Students of Color.
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The University is prepared to recognize the Third World Labor Organization — a union representing student workers at the Brown Center for Students of Color — pending the review of signed union authorization cards demonstrating majority support among student employees, the organization announced ...
The Graduate Labor Organization announced that it will spend the spring demanding that the University divest from companies facilitating the Israel-Palestine war in an Instagram post on Feb. 5.
In January, several major tech companies — including industry giants Google, Amazon and Meta — announced a wave of layoffs in which over 20,000 workers lost their jobs, according to CNBC.
The Graduate Labor Organization announced the ratification of its second union contract with the University last month, The Herald previously reported. The new contract includes increases to the annual base stipend and health care assistance payments for graduate student employees, as well as expanded ...
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On Tuesday, the Graduate Labor Organization announced the ratification of its second union contract with the University after a 544-4 vote.
The University’s postdoctoral researchers and Dean’s Faculty Fellows announced their plans to unionize Friday afternoon, according to a press release shared with The Herald. If successful, the Brown Postdoc Labor Organization would become the third group to unionize on Brown’s campus this year, ...
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On Aug. 31, the Student Activities Office proposed changes to the Alumnae Hall performance stage after announcing in an email to student performance groups that due to sustained damage of some of the portable thrust platforms, the thrust would be temporarily out of use.