UCOP allocates $3 million toward housing
Housing crises are sweeping across all UC campuses, and even on-campus student renters are experiencing effects, as overcrowded dorms are becoming the new standard. In response, at its July meeting the UC Board of Regents approved a one-time housing assistance fund of $27 million. The…
Student Workers Protest for Quality of Life and Education
As the crowd chanted “UC turn the page, I demand a higher wage,” a group of about 50 protestors hoisted up signs with several indications of their demands for improving the quality of life for teaching assistants and other student workers.
UC Implements Last Offer for Service Employees
The University of California is an institution built for opportunity, not just for students, but for its workers too. However these workers — the custodians, gardeners, food-service workers and facilities maintenance staff — have been working without a contract since February.