UC Faculty Strike Brought Huge Pay Raise, Now Administrators Are Cutting Grad Student Jobs to Pay For It

by Renae Cassimeda Two months after the six-week strike of 48,000 academic workers in the University of California system was prematurely shut down by the UAW bureaucracy, academic workers and the public university system are facing a new wave of attacks. In a retaliatory move, according to reports from academic workers throughout the UC system, the university has advised major cuts to departments. The move by the university is meant to punish workers for striking. The cuts are being justified as needed to pay for the cost of raises outlined in the new contracts between academic workers and the university. According to […]
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