Spencer Dembner


NLRB Issues Mixed Ruling on Library Unionization

The NLRB threw out most of the University's objections to SLEU, but kept charges of electioneering alive.


January 11, 2018

Grounds of Being Goes Public With Divinity School Rent Dispute

Talks, started last June, broke down at the end of last quarter.


January 8, 2018

Divinity School Considers Charging Rent to Grounds of Being

The Dean said they're thinking about "how to be good stewards of the budget of the [Div] School."


December 11, 2017

Graduate, Library Unions Face Uncertain Fate at NLRB

GSU and SLEU have been tied up in legal fights with the University, unable to begin bargaining.


December 4, 2017

3CT Hosts Seminar on Future-oriented Thinking

Participants discussed the effects of technology, changes in living spaces, and cynicism in academia.


November 30, 2017

Fledgling Unions Continue Fight for Status, Benefits

Non-tenure track faculty are in contract negotiations; library workers face a continuing legal challenge.


November 21, 2017

Harper-Schmidt Fellows Ratify Union Contract

The contract promises a 9.5 percent increase in compensation.


November 9, 2017

Mac Creates New Affordable Units for Upcoming Developments

This will be the second major development for Mac in recent years, after it opened the City Hyde Park building in 2015.


November 5, 2017

Polls Open: What You Need to Know About Graduate Student Unionization

Unionization supporters say that graduate students would be able to negotiate better pay and working conditions in a union, while the arguments against GSU generally focus on the burden of union dues.


October 17, 2017

GSU Rallies Before Unionization Vote

Many union supporters at the event expressed anger over perceived University attempts to suppress or influence the upcoming vote.


October 16, 2017