Arielle Levin Becker
Course evaluations merit time

There is an old adage about elections — if you don’t vote, you don’t count. Though the scope may be different, the same could be […]

Kessler to leave for California

School of Medicine Dean David Kessler will leave July 1 to become dean of the University of California-San Francisco’s school of medicine, UCSF Chancellor J. […]

Unions engage in civil disobedience

Nearly 800 union members and supporters locked arms and blocked access to College Street yesterday afternoon as part of a planned act of civil disobedience. […]

Unions plan mass civil disobedience

In an event organizers have likened to the protests of Martin Luther King Jr. and Mohandas Gandhi, more than 700 union members and supporters plan […]

Levin, union leaders spar outside office

Hospital workers and union organizers gathered outside Woodbridge Hall Thursday afternoon as Yale President Richard Levin and union leaders exchanged pointed words over unionization, charges […]

Future of negotiations uncertain

When union leaders passed up the opportunity this week to cancel contracts for next month, many University officials, workers and other observers said they were […]

Bargaining resumes with public discord

A day after extending contracts for another month, union and University negotiators returned to the bargaining table Tuesday to discuss non-economic issues that remain unresolved […]

Unions agree not to cancel contracts

Despite talk of an October strike, the contracts for 4,000 workers in locals 34 and 35 were automatically extended through Oct. 31 after the deadline […]

Yale, unions return to bargaining table

Yale and union negotiators returned to the bargaining table Thursday, following a monthlong recess and increases in public hostilities on both sides. At the negotiations, […]

Teach-in presents unions’ case

With talk of fall strikes by Yale’s unions growing daily, more than 70 students attended a teach-in on labor issues Thursday night, presented by an […]

University, police union negotiating contract

Four years after major contract disputes left Yale police officers considering a strike and staging job actions, the University and the Yale Police Benevolent Association […]