Certain student employees’ demands were met as University of California administrators announced higher paying contracts and additional benefits for UAW 5810, excluding a majority of student union members in the process.
The Long Beach chapter of CFA continues their plan for a labor union center at CSULB and denounce the racist remarks from LA CFL president Ron Herrera.
CSU Board of Trustees listened as CFA faculty advocated for higher salaries during Tuesday’s meeting but continued to approve executive compensation.
CFA members feel “grotesque” over president Conoley’s 28% raise.
After the Statewide University Police Association demanded an investigation of professor Steven Osuna, CSULB faculty members wrote a joint letter in solidarity for Osuna’s demands.
After months of lobbying from students, faculty and legislators, California Governor Jerry Brown approved more funding for the California State University system June 12. State lawmakers approved the budget June 14, and Brown will have until the end of the month to sign it in. In January, Brown proposed a[Read More…]
One faculty member has claimed that Cal State Long Beach administration violated university policy by accessing her professional email account without her consent. Douglas Domingo-Forasté, the California Faculty Association Long Beach Chapter president, first presented the breach to the academic senate on April 5. He stated that during a grievance[Read More…]
Over 30 students and faculty congregated around the doors of the California State University Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach Tuesday morning. As the crowd waited for the Board of Trustees meeting to begin, they stood in solidarity against the latest tuition hike. While it will be another two months of[Read More…]
Before approaching the podium to speak out against high tuition price tags, California representatives donned vintage red and white buttons, nostalgic of a tuition-free era. Bipartisan California representatives, state university faculty and students gathered at the Governor’s News Conference Room Monday to address protecting higher education with more state funding.[Read More…]
While Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia introduced city problems and statistics in his January State of the City event, one thing was missing from the speech: live resident input. “The people won’t be denied, the people won’t back down” are the first words of the People’s State of the City[Read More…]