The recent agreement between striking graduate student workers in the UC system did little to solve their housing woes.
While the graduate student workers that went on strike from the UC system for six weeks won concessions like increased pay, a substantial portion of the workers are still dissatisfied and the contracts are relatively short, so tough negotiations may resume again in 2024.
Fifteen of the 40 members of the bargaining team voted no on the tentative deal announced Friday. Now they’re leading a campaign to persuade the rank-and-file members to reject the agreement.
The university is hoping the state Supreme Court will take up its case so it can make the argument to maintain enrollment at 9,500.