Graduate students at Harvard end strike but are still waiting on pay raises, new benefits

Posted on AllSides January 2nd, 2020
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BOSTON – Harvard University graduate student workers ended their campuswide strike after 29 days on the picket line, returning to work Wednesday even though union leaders and the university have not reached an agreement.

Without a new contract, the impact of the strike is unclear. Still, a union representing the school's graduate student employees hailed the strike as a victory, pointing to agreements in negotiations and a statement last month from Harvard that named the end of January as a possibility for inking a contract.

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