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CSU Board of Trustees to vote on Academic Professionals of America tentative agreement

Steven Amador, Reporter // March 2, 2024

The Academic Professionals of California has voted to ratify a tentative agreement with the California State University. The CSU Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting on Monday to vote to ratify...

Photo credit: Helen Suh

The CFA strike ends as it should

Sean Daly // April 14, 2016
The teachers' strike threatened teachers with missed pay, negative press for the administration and loss of student education. The administration's concession for higher pay, however, helps teachers, students and the CSU system.
Photo credit: Dongyoung Won

CSU faculty strike shows college turning into business

Jeff Guzman // April 4, 2016
The strike is approaching. The strike affects more than 460,000 students and reveals an interesting shift in the way colleges operate.
Illustration by Trevor Moore

Student employees need more protections

Joseph Rogers // February 16, 2015
Student workers at Chico State need a union to address grievances.
Councilwoman admits prescription drug use

Councilwoman admits prescription drug use

Bill Hall // April 16, 2014
Former mayor Mary Goloff shared the reason for her recent absences with the public at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Paul Zinngg

CSU, union look to fix lecturer pay disputes

Nicholas Carr // December 18, 2013
Concerns of inequities in lecturer compensation may be resolved in the spring.
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