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In addition to sending a message to the university that workers demand better than what is being offered, the strike is also alerting the entire university community to the long-standing plight of graduate students and postdoctoral workers. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
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University of California journalism professor Edward Wasserman argues that the media has abandoned a basic commitment to the First Amendment. Dig deeper ( 27 Min. Read )
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