While the anti-union case Friedrichs ended in a 4-4 deadlock, the right-wing has more court cases lined up in order to cripple public-sector unions.
This November's election is not only about the presidential race, but key races could reshape the New York state legislature and the state's congressional delegation.
Students and professors are still waiting for the CUNY administration to address allegations of NYPD surveillance of Muslim students.
For more than a decade, Larrry Morgan directed the PSC-CUNY Welfare Fund. At the end of September, Morgan retires. Donna Costa, the fund's current associate director, will now lead the fund.
With more national attention on college affordability, the New York City Council is looking into how to make CUNY free.
A new batch of chapter leaders features a lot of fresh faces, as well as many returning ones, after several chapters completed their elections.
PSC members overwhelmingly ratified the union's contract with CUNY this summer, winning back pay, raises and many other new provisions. Chapter leaders say the contract campaign energized members, and they plan to use the momentum from the contract campaign to continue to organize on their campuses.
PSC President Barbara Bowen shares her assessment of the gains in the tentative contract and puts them in context of fiscal austerity in higher education.
Through civil disobedience, rallies, political lobbying and coalition building, PSC members have organized and fought for a fair contract.
PSC members who spent countless hours at the bargaining table reflect on some of the most significant gains in the contract agreement.