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UC workers strike in protest against unfair labor practices

On April 10 from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., service workers across all 10 UC campuses and medical centers once again took to the...

AFSCME patient care and technical workers set to strike this April

Following an unfair labor practice lawsuit filed against the UC system last week by Patient Care Technical workers, who are represented by the American...

UC students rally together demanding better workers’ contracts and more protections...

Last Wednesday, students from UC Riverside and the other eight UC campuses attended the monthly Regents meeting in San Francisco to demand higher worker...

Strike Two: bargaining at impasse between UC and patient care workers

Last May, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 3622, the union which represents the service sector employees across all...

The Highlander speaks with Assemblyman Jose Medina

The Highlander spoke with Assemblyman Jose Medina this week about a variety of issues pertaining to the Inland Empire and university students in California....

UCR IT layoffs short-circuit support for campus community

Recently, a spate of layoffs in the UCR Information Technology Solutions (ITS) has raised questions about the support students will receive when trouble inevitably...

Fast fashion: the real costs of your cheapest clothes

  Today, only two percent of the clothing we wear is actually made in the United States. Only two percent of the clothing we wear...

UCR professor discusses fast food’s impact on American culture

UCR history professor Catherine Gudis spoke to the BBC Persian television station to discuss the impact of McDonald's on American culture. As a 20th...

UC continues bargaining with its largest union

In the wake of a recently announced strike vote, the UC Office of the President will resume negotiations with the American Federation of State,...