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The union said Saturday that members who had been on strike over the last two weeks for a total of four days will vote Sunday on whether to suspend the strike. A contract ratification vote will be held later in the week.

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These students should be in favor of the downward price pressure cutting funds will have on their tuitions. Currently liberal loaning and unfettered taxing and bloated administration hiring all cause upward pricing pressure on their tuitions. What they really should be protesting is how their tuition money is being used, what proportion is going to administration as opposed to labs, course development, etc. they only see cash flow in and someone convinced them that that is the sole cause of the predicament. Most likely that view was conveyed to them by the professors and entrenched administrative staffs sucking their tuition payments.


Only in the public sector can a 2 week strike equal 4 days of work.