The resolution asks Harvard to drop an appeal to the National Labor Relations Board that argues that there should not be another election to determine whether or not graduate students may unionize.
Graduate students say they are concerned about the tax plan’s “devastating” elimination of deductions for interest on student loans.
Supporters of Harvard’s student unionization effort held a rally in the Yard, urging the University to drop its appeal to the federal National Labor Relations Board.
Residents of the complex, many of them graduate students and professors, describe seemingly endless piles of dust, deafening jackhammering, and occasional water leakage.
Temporary Protected Status protections for Sudanese immigrants are set to expire on Nov. 2, and some worry that Trump’s administration could further curtail the program.
FAS Dean Michael D. Smith added that the Marshall Project “says they’re just an independent media organization, but that’s not what it looks like to me.”
A petition urging Harvard to drop its appeal to the federal National Labor Relations Board is accumulating support and now has more than 100 supporters.
Interim Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Emma Dench said there was nothing “unusual” about Harvard’s decision to not admit Michelle Jones.
The Harvard graduate student who obtained a restraining order against his adviser has been expelled, though his battle in court continues.
GSAS announced a new program that provides Ph.D. students free membership to Care.com, which normally costs $140 per year, as well as 10 days of childcare per year.
Harvard’s student unionization effort could come to an end at the hands of Republican appointees to the National Labor Relations Board, one of a number of ways experts say the years-long movement could stall.