Clarion Masthead

September 2015

The price of basic living expenses — like rent and transportation — have steadily increased over the years while PSC members are working at 2010 compensation levels. PSC members share how the lack of a contract affects their own professional and personal lives.

The union isn't sitting still. Starting this semester, there are a series of escalating actions. Find out what's happening on campus and at other union-wide events.

When the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Executive Council took a vote to give a boost to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, many members took exception.

Peter Hogness, Clarion's longtime editor retired this summer. Hogness highlights some of his favorite stories and moments while editing 116 issues of the award-winning union paper.

The state's failure to fund mandatory increases at senior colleges led to a $51 million budget shortfall at CUNY's senior colleges. As a result, there's a three percent budget cut at all senior colleges.

The Supreme Court will hear a case in its upcoming term that will possibly deal a devastating blow to public sector unions, including the PSC.