California grad students risk losing their jobs amid months-long strike

  The Guardian 

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Fellow students and faculty across state march in solidarity amid call for better pay as cost of living soars Across university campuses in California on Friday, students and faculty members marched, chanted and waved signs in support of the graduate students at the University of Santa Cruz who have been waging a months-long strike for a cost-of-living-adjustment amid soaring rents. But despite that widespread support, many of those same Santa Cruz graduate students were readying themselves for the possibility of losing their teaching jobs and being forced to drop out of school. Continue reading...
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