UC Students Go on Strike to Defeat Higher Faculty Fees

UC Students Go on Strike to Defeat Higher Faculty Fees

Low pay, rising costs push 48,000 University of California academic workers to the picket line

The University of California is fighting back against the growing tide of protest coming from its academic units.

On Wednesday, nearly 600 faculty members at UC campuses across the state went on strike to highlight the increasingly difficult financial conditions of working at the UC.

According to the UC Office of the President, the university expects the strike to last through the end of the month.

On Thursday, the Academic Senate voted to recommend that campus units not pay any of the increased faculty and staff fees for the first time, and UC President Janet Napolitano is expected to make the decision on the matter soon, according to university officials.

The University of California is fighting back against the growing tide of protest coming from its academic units.

On Wednesday, nearly 600 faculty members at UC campuses across the state went on strike to highlight the increasingly difficult financial conditions of working at the UC.

According to the UC Office of the President, the university expects the strike to last through the end of the month.

On Thursday, the Academic Senate voted to recommend that campus units not pay any of the increased faculty and staff fees for the first time, and UC President Janet Napolitano is expected to make the decision on the matter soon, according to university officials.

The University of California is fighting back against the growing tide of protest coming from its academic units.

On Wednesday, nearly 600 faculty members at UC campuses across the state went on strike to highlight the increasingly difficult financial conditions of working at the UC.

According to the UC Office of the President, the university expects the strike to last through the end of the month.

On Thursday, the Academic Senate voted to recommend that campus units not pay any of the increased faculty and staff fees for the first time, and UC President Janet Napolitano is expected to make the decision on the matter soon, according to university officials.

The University of California is fighting back against the growing tide of protest coming from its academic units.

On Wednesday, nearly 600 faculty members at UC campuses across the state went on strike to highlight the increasingly difficult financial conditions of working at the UC.

According to the UC Office of the President, the university expects the strike to last through the end of the month.

On Thursday, the Academic Senate voted to recommend that campus units not pay any of the increased faculty and staff fees for the first time

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