Tuesday, November 21



AFSCME 3299 members across the UC went on strike this week in protest of stalled negotiations between patient-care workers and the University.

Minority of workers participate in strike

Only about a quarter of union workers participated in this week’s planned strike at health systems across the University of California. About 75 percent of the union workers came to work for their scheduled shifts during the strike, which lasted from Tuesday to Thursday morning, said Dianne Klein, a UC spokeswoman. Read more...

AFSCME 3299 members across the UC went on strike this week in protest of stalled negotiations between patient-care workers and the University.

(Left to right) Max Pavesic, Robert Singleton, Helen Singleton and Robert Farrell were part of the UCLA Freedom Riders. A new plaque in Kerckhoff 417 commemorates their work to protest against the unlawful segregation of interstate transportation.
(Left to right) Max Pavesic, Robert Singleton, Helen Singleton and Robert Farrell were part of the UCLA Freedom Riders. A new plaque in Kerckhoff 417 commemorates their work to protest against the unlawful segregation of interstate transportation.


Undergraduate student government presidential candidates (from left) Taylor Bazley, John Joanino and Carly Yoshida speak at the debate Saturday evening.
Undergraduate student government presidential candidates (from left) Taylor Bazley, John Joanino and Carly Yoshida speak at the debate Saturday evening.

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