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HUDS Strike

"We Can See Your Greedy Side"
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‘A Thing I’ll Never Forget’: The HUDS Strike, Two Years Later

Almost exactly two years ago, hundreds of dining workers traded in their punch cards for picket signs, walked out of the dining halls and cafes on Harvard’s campus, and launched an historic 22-day strike.

HUDS Strikes at Annenberg on Second Day
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Gearing Up For A Nationwide Strike, Hotel Workers Consult HUDS Union on Strategy

The developments in Boston follow a national-level escalation between UNITE HERE and Marriott that began early last week.

HUDS Strike Continues
Labor

Citing Harvard, Northeastern Dining Workers Brace for Strike

As organizing at Northeastern has progressed, the union's success at Harvard has served as an inspiration.

The Class of 2017, By the Numbers
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The Graduating Class of 2017, By the Numbers

This week, the Harvard College Class of 2017 will enter a world still divided over November’s presidential election and, overwhelmingly, begin their post-graduate lives deeply pessimistic about the direction the country is headed.

Harvard Yard During the Strike
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HUDS Workers Offer Advice on Protesting Trump

“We thought the strike was over, but it’s back on,” said Edward B. Childs, a dining services worker in Adams House.

HUDS March
Labor

22 Days: The Strike That Shook Campus

For both sides of the bargaining table, the historic dining workers' strike was exhausting. But even now that a new contract has been reached, the strike may continue to have lasting ramifications on other negotiations.

Birds of a Feather
Labor

Janitors and Security Guards Rally with Negotiations Underway

Harvard’s janitorial staff and security guards rallied Monday afternoon to draw attention to their contract negotiations with the University, marching a week after Harvard's dining services workers ended a historic strike.

HUDS Workers Return to Dining Halls
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HUDS Workers Return to Dining Halls

"Welcome back! So in awe of your courage and determination," wrote one student on a welcome banner in Kirkland dining hall. Students celebrated HUDS workers returning to the dining halls after the 22-day long strike which ended Wednesday.

Filling all your coffee needs
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Filling all your coffee needs

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HUDS Workers Return to Dining Halls
Student Life

Dining Workers Receive Warm Welcome After Strike

Harvard’s dining services workers returned to dining halls Thursday morning—less than 24 hours after ending their historic strike—where they were warmly welcomed back.

Diwali Festival of Lights
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Photos of the Weekend 10.30.16

HUDS Contract Announcement
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HUDS Contract Announcement

HUDS employees and union members celebrate at the contract announcement rally on the steps of First Parish Church Wednesday afternoon.

Contract Announcement
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HUDS Contract Pays $35,000 per Year, Covers Copays

After months of tense contract negotiations, Harvard will pay its full-time dining services employees at least $35,000 a year and cover increased copayments until 2021—a settlement that union leaders say satisfy their demands.

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Houses Postpone Faculty Dinners After Strike

The historic dining workers’ strike concluded Wednesday with a new contract, but the status of semesterly student-faculty dinners in some Houses remains up in the air.

HUDS Contract Announcement
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Photos of the Day 10.26.16

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