Why is the CUNY administration risking so much for Pathways? If you accept the premise that Pathways is about “facilitating student transfer,” 80th Street’s position seems inexplicable.
Clarion interviewed PSC President Barbara Bowen about negotiations for a new PSC-CUNY contract.
In the growing debate over the NYPD's aggressive use of stop-and-frisk, the work of CUNY faculty has played a major role.
“I didn’t know at the time it was called landscape architecture, but I knew it was a nice job to do."
-- Achva Benzinberg Stein
Members of the PSC’s negotiating team have been meeting on adjunct health care with representatives of CUNY management throughout the summer, and they report that they are close to a final agreement.
With support from the PSC, the University Faculty Senate has begun work to develop an alternative to Pathways, CUNY’s controversial overhaul of its policies on general education and transfer. The move is just one part of a broader strategy by the union and the UFS.
See also: Perspectives on Pathways
For months, Québec's students have been on strike against a proposed tuition hike. The conflict has turned into a broader protest against repressive legislation and the Québec government's overall austerity agenda.
Catherine Russell loves her work – whether it’s as the leading lady in an off-Broadway play, a businesswoman who runs her own theater or as an adjunct in her 32nd year of teaching English composition at Baruch.
Critical race theory is an open-ended project of inquiry, a set of new questions rather than predetermined answers. It involves a history lesson, to be sure, but more than that, it is a set of questions about how this history continues to impact us all in ways we have yet to uncover.