Letter to the Editor: Regarding the BAC Strike

Dear Editors: We members of the class of 1960 have read with concern the article in The Phoenix of November 16 describing the strike being sponsored by the Black Affinity Coalition.  The BAC’s Open Letter to Faculty and Staff and its letter

Letter to the Editor: Minding the Light

Dear Editor, As an alum (Class of ’61) I find myself deeply distressed by the article reporting on the student move to boycott classes and all activities while pursuing demands of the administration to enlarge and expand its support of students of

Editorial: College must act in solidarity with Harvard

On Wednesday afternoon, union workers at Harvard University voted 583 to 1 to ratify a new contract that confirms year-round wages at $35,000 annually as well as a cap on out-of-pocket healthcare costs. Following a three week long strike that concluded in

Harvard strike sparks discussion about compensation, benefits

Seven hundred and fifty Harvard Dining Hall workers, a group unionized under UNITE HERE 26,  entered strike on Oct. 5th. The strike continued for nearly three weeks, resulting in the closure of dining halls and disruption on campus. The union and school