The Graduate Employee Organization is set to bargain for a new contract to reinstitute ‘dignity and respect’ for their members.
The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees heard from several student speakers on Wednesday during its meeting on the Dartmouth campus.
Avery Furst outlines the GEO’s meeting with Chancellor Subbaswamy and argues for administrative emphasis on the well-being of UMass students and employees.
Administration lays out plans for development of improved pay processing, but does not set any deadlines.
The Graduate Employee Organization received official word from UMass more than a month after students complained they were not paid.
The Graduate Employee Organization asks Subbaswamy to publicly reconsider his stance on poverty wages.
Graduate Employee Organization staff calls on the UMass community to take real action to oppose continuing bigotry and racial violence on campus.
In response to University of Massachusetts’ claims that the cuts to University Health Services will help fund a new building, students hosted a mock groundbreaking ceremony yesterday in front of the Student Union.
Students unhappy with the recent cuts and changes to UHS marched to the building in protest.
Around 300 people showed up at UMass Wednesday for a rally to voice opposition to Wisconsin’s proposed removal of workers’ collective bargaining rights.