From the January 21, 2010 edition of the San Francisco Chronicle: Finances are so dire at the University of California that it might have to turn away qualified students, but UC's regents still.
By P.D. Lesko My kids wanted a $1,200 LEGO set. They wanted it badly. They waaaaaaanted it now. They tried to justify the cost. It was important. It was educational..
University of Michigan lecturers rallied in late-April to protest the non-reappointment of one of the Lecturers Employment Organization’s top officials, a move some lecturers are calling retaliation against the union..
Well, election day is drawing near, and my bid for a City Council seat on my small town of Ann Arbor, Michigan is drawing to a close. I am knocking.
by Elizabeth J. Carter The unveiling this past November of the first-ever collective-bargaining agreement between 2,000 part-time faculty and administration at the New School was met with widespread public attention.
A union of lecturers and adjunct faculty reached an agreement with the University of Michigan on higher salaries and new guarantees on job security. “We didn’t get everything we were.