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Graduate Student Unionization at Harvard: A Discussion
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Graduate Student Unionization at Harvard: A Discussion

Harvard University Holds Second Unionization Vote: Day 1
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Harvard University Holds Second Unionization Vote: Day 1

Harvard Unionization Election: Day 2
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Harvard Unionization Election: Day 2

Grad Student Unionization Debate
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Grad Union Surveys Members in First Step Toward Negotiations

Harvard’s newly formed graduate student union launched its bargaining survey Wednesday evening, marking the first step in the union’s preparations to negotiate with the University.

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Labor

Union Bargaining Committee Election Sees Low Turnout

In total, 513 members of the bargaining unit voted in the election, according to meeting notes from an HGSU-UAW executive committee meeting held May 14.

Unionization Ballot Box Illustration
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Unionization Ballot Box Illustration

Harvard Teaching Campaign
GSAS

Labor of Love: The Five-Year Road to Unionization

As Harvard and its new union prepare to begin negotiations, current and former union organizers remember the five-year march to unionization as convoluted, lengthy, and difficult.

Unionization Election Vote Count Graph
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Unionization Election Vote Count Graph

Harvard Teaching Campaign
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Harvard Teaching Campaign

Yueran Zhang
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Yueran Zhang

Yueran Zhang, a PhD student in Sociology and a supporter of the union, stands outside Boylston Hall.

Evan MacKay
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Evan MacKay

Evan MacKay '19, an undergraduate organizer for the union, poses outside Lehman Hall.

Graduate Student Unionization Vote Queen's Head
Labor

Grad Union Establishes Sexual Harassment Committee

Members of the union’s organizing committee voted to form the group to advocate for individuals who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace.

Holden Green
Cambridge

After Construction Debacle, Holden Green Residents Seek 'Systemic Change' to University Housing

Harvard ultimately reimbursed residents in the University-owned Holden Green apartment building three months' worth of rent to compensate for disruption caused by construction.

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Central Administration

Experts Say Harvard's Union Bargaining Terms Differ From Typical Labor Contract

Labor experts say the boundaries delineating issues allowed on the bargaining table for Harvard’s student union could differ from those that define a typical labor contract negotiation.

Cambridge Queen's Head Voting Place Sign
Labor

Harvard’s Decision to Bargain Puts Pressure on Peer Institutions, Organizers Say

Labor experts and union organizers say Harvard’s recent move to bargain with its graduate student union may boost unionization efforts at peer universities.

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