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Boston University's librarians and clerical workers ended their 11-day strike Monday, although B.U. has still not officially recognized the unions.
Although the university announced one hour after the strike it would begin contract bargaining, it will not negotiate if the appeals court withdraws certification of the union.
But for now, at least, it's back to business as usual at B.U.
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