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The website, harvardgradunion.org, appears to be part of a greater attempt to recruit new members to the effort.
Contract negotiations between Harvard and its largest union are set to run past the Sept. 30 deadline.
The union of Harvard graduate students must expand its membership to include a simple majority of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences students as part of the legal requirements to form a union.
Leaders of a group of Harvard graduate students seeking to unionize made a pitch for new members at the fall's first Graduate Student Council meeting.
If the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers and Harvard do not meet the Sept. 30 deadline, the union will likely continue to operate on its existing contract.
Among supporters and labor officials in Boston, Obama announced his new executive order and criticized Republican economic policies.
Harvard’s director of labor relations departed for Northeastern amid contract negotiations with the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers.
For the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ many lecturers, Harvard can be a pit stop riddled with job insecurity and uncertainty for what comes next.
Nearly 100 people attended the kick-off rally, including current Harvard University Dining Services employees, other members of the UNITE HERE Local 26 union, and Harvard students.
Two “pre-negotiation” sessions occurred last week and each drew around 50 total participants, focusing on health care.
Law experts say that Harvard graduate students' success at unionization may depend on whether the National Labor Relations Board reconsiders a 2004 decision.
Environmental activist and former Crimson President Bill E. McKibben ’82 speaks in Harvard Square during a “Fight for 15” labor rally on Tuesday afternoon to demand a raise in the minimum wage. Since Sunday, McKibben has joined the student activist group Divest Harvard in protests on campus for a different cause, divestment from the fossil fuel industry.