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Graduate Students walking to The Joseph Regenstein Library to vote on Tuesday.

Graduate Students Vote in Second Union Vote

By Richard Davis / February 7, 2023
While their 2017 attempt at unionization was foiled by a hostile NRLB and University, GSU is confident it can finally win official recognition.
Levi Hall

University Announces Minimum Ph.D. Stipend Increase Amid Unionization Push

By Neive Rodriguez / January 22, 2023
The $4,000 increase, announced four weeks before a graduate student unionization election, was motivated by inflation and a desire to be competitive, according to the University.
GSU members picket, October 2017.

Provost Lee Reiterates University’s Anti-GSU Position in Email

By Neive Rodriguez / January 10, 2023
Lee’s email urged eligible graduate students to vote in the upcoming unionization election and said they would receive more details in advance of the election.
UChiVotes members tabled outside the Institute of Politics (IOP) and answered student questions.

Here’s What You Need to Know About the 2022 Midterm Races in Illinois

By Peter Maheras / October 26, 2022

On November 8, voters in Illinois will decide who will represent them in government over the next few years. Voters will also decide on a ballot measure that could determine the future of labor organizing...

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