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“Graduate Students United, the group representing unionizing graduate students on campus, reported it has found at least 10 posters from the [white nationalist] group Identity Evropa posted in at least seven locations on or near campus since Jan. 27….The University of Chicago administration did not immediately respond to questions about the posters.” —DNAInfo, February 8, … More Graduate Students United Stands Strong Against Hate!
An Open Letter to the University Community Dear Colleagues, Following the recent presidential elections, and in response to growing concerns about safety on campus, Graduate Students United (GSU) reaffirms our longstanding commitment to supporting marginalized members of our community, and to fighting discrimination of all kinds both within and beyond the University of Chicago. This … More Post Election Solidarity Statement
Resolution in Solidarity with the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties on Strike [Passed at the Fall Members’ Meeting, 20th October, 2016] WHEREAS, the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF-AFT), which represents faculty and coaches at Pennsylvania’s fourteen state-owned universities, has been on strike since Wednesday, October 19 after working … More Resolution in Solidarity with the Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties on Strike
Graduate Students United at the University of Chicago stands in solidarity with Harvard’s dining hall workers who have been on strike since October 5, and who have faced abuse and intimidation from the University administration. At Harvard, the richest institution of higher education in the world, with a $35 billion endowment and a $62 billion … More Resolution in Solidarity with Harvard’s Striking Dining Hall Workers
Resolution against the Dakota Access Pipeline and in Favor of a Just Transition to a Clean Energy Future [Passed at the Fall Members’ Meeting, 20th October, 2016] WHEREAS, the $3.78 Billion, 1,172-mile Dakota Access Pipeline would carry over half a million barrels of dirty crude oil from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota, through … More Resolution against the Dakota Access Pipeline