The NLRB began a hearing on Wednesday that could determine the fate of Harvard's student unionization effort.
Graduate students are calling on Faust to provide additional support for international and undocumented students amid uncertainties generated by Trump’s travel ban.
Harvard's student unionization effort is going to an NLRB hearing today. Here's a guide to who’s involved, what’s happened so far, and what’s at stake.
News that FAS will admit 4.4 percent fewer graduate students next year has precipitated concern and disappointment among some current graduate students.
Harvard Graduate Council members voted unanimously to “stand as a united body against the polarization affecting this country” in an open letter on President Donald Trump's immigration ban Monday.
The GSAS Action Network, a graduate student advocacy group, will attend public meetings with members of Congress to discuss labor and environmental policies in the coming weeks, the group decided Monday.
The National Labor Relations Board will consider objections to Harvard’s student unionization election at a hearing Feb. 22 and deliberate over whether or not to call for a re-vote on the issue.
After a snowstorm forced graduate students to cancel a planned protest of Trump's anti-immigration order, graduate student organizers traded protest signs for phone lines
Journalists Judy Woodruff and the late Gwen L. Ifill will receive the Radcliffe Medal in May in recognition of their work on the PBS program “NewsHour.”
Harvard University Security, Parking and Museum Guards Union voted to ratify a new contract that offers higher pay, more personal days, and a health care fund.
“We thought the strike was over, but it’s back on,” said Edward B. Childs, a dining services worker in Adams House.
Progressive Action Network, a graduate student activism group, held its first-ever meeting Wednesday evening to organize advocacy efforts to resist President Donald Trump.
After negotiations on Monday that lasted over ten hours, Harvard and the the University’s smallest union reached a new contract agreement, ending negotiations that have lasted months.
Members of the Harvard Graduate Council criticized President Donald Trump's immigration order at the body's first meeting of the semester Monday.
Rent for apartments owned by Harvard University Housing will increase an average of 3 percent in the 2017-2018 school year, drawing criticism from some graduate students who live in the apartments.