Samuel Y. Weinstock
The Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers claimed in a letter released on Thursday that the University put forth health care plans for non-union workers that closely resemble plans it already rejected for union members.
Harvard sustained a small deficit of $4.5 million in the last fiscal year resulting from a 3 percent increase in University operating costs, according to the annual University Financial Report released Friday morning.
Around 30 workers, union officers, and supporters dressed in Halloween costumes stood in two groups, one along the pathway through the construction site outside the science center, and one inside the yard near its entrance next to Dudley House.
As Harvard closed its doors for Monday's classes in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, students and Cambridge residents say they were enjoying the thrill of the meteorological event—and the day off it allowed.
Harvard Human Resources announced certain benefit increases Monday afternoon for members of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers, despite stalled contract negotiations between the University and union.
About 65 Harvard employees, students, and community members protested in front of the Holyoke Center early Thursday evening in support of Johany Pilar, a science center mailroom worker who says she was sexually harassed.
Harvard Business School professor Alvin E. Roth was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday morning for his research on market design.
The University released an update on its ongoing contract negotiations with the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers Tuesday ...
The Harvard Club of Boston is considering selling its “annex,” the building that sits to the right of the main clubhouse on Commonwealth Ave. in the Back Bay, according to the Club’s president, Nicholas J. Iselin ’87.
Hundreds of Harvard employees and supporters gathered Thursday afternoon for four “Stand-Out” events to show solidarity for the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers’ ongoing contract negotiations.
Members of the wait staff at the Harvard Faculty Club and Loeb House filed a class action lawsuit in Middlesex County Superior Court last Thursday, alleging that Harvard had failed to distribute proceeds of service charges to the staff, thereby violating the Massachusetts “Tip Law.”
The Harvard Club of Boston settled a class action lawsuit with its wait staff last week, according to a letter to club members obtained by The Crimson.
Members of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers delivered signed posters and letters on Thursday to the offices of 34 administrators regarding the union’s months-long contract negotiation with the University.
The merits and faults of laws which will require voters in several states to present photo IDs at the polls in November were discussed in a lively debate between four experts at the Institute of Politics.
EdX, Harvard and MIT’s joint non-profit virtual learning initiative, will offer a proctored final exam for one of its courses this fall, President of edX and MIT Professor Anant Agarwal announced Thursday morning.