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Harvard Dining Workers’ Strike Wraps Up Harvard’s first strike in more than a decade ended on Wednesday when workers voted 583 to 1 in favor of a new five-year labor contract.

Ames Final Round Results: Best Brief: Daniel J. Meltzer Memorial Team Best Overall Team: Daniel J. Meltzer Memorial Team Best Oralist: Amanda Mundell The Teams: The David J. Meltzer Memorial Team (Petitioner): Connor Winn, Oralist Benjamin Burkett William Ferraro Luke Beasley Amanda Mundell, Oralist Trenton Van Oss The

While we have been supporting workers in our own community over the past few weeks, another remarkable and important labor event has been unfolding across the country. October 9 marked

Marijuana and the Right to Bear Arms: Is It Time for a Change? [caption id="attachment_10185" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo Credit: Liberty Viral[/caption]   This November, nine states will have marijuana initiatives on their ballots.

Harvard University Dining workers are asking for fair compensation of $35,000 for the full calendar year that allows for more consistent work hours.

Federal Judge Extends Voter Registration Deadline Due to Hurricane Matthew A federal judge ordered the voter registration deadline to be extended contrary to the Governor's wishes due to the impact of

We don't endorse candidates, but we can stress what's at stake this election cycle. Extending and Ensuring Voting Rights With flimsy excuses like “moral turpitude” historically blocking “felon” voting, states are

On January 7, 2015 two gunmen entered the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Armed with assault rifles and other weapons, they killed 12 people and

Last week, Congress voted to override a presidential veto for the first time in President Obama’s tenure. The bill in question—officially known as the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act