Articles tagged: Graduate students


On The Pandemic

On The Pandemic: How COVID-19 affects international graduate students

"In light of these struggles, the COVID-19 pandemic has made me question the university’s real commitment to the global character it parades around."

Opinion

Bargaining for the Future

Something deeply important is unfolding on the Georgetown campus this fall: the university’s graduate assistants, represented by their union, the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) are negotiating their first... Read more

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GAGE and university agree to union election

Georgetown University and the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) signed an agreement today to hold a union election for graduate student teaching and research assistants in the Graduate School... Read more

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Union election negotiations continue as GAGE agitates for an agreement

Union negotiations between the university and the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) are set to enter their eighth week on Monday. The two parties are continuing to explore a... Read more

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From the top: the unfinished story of graduate student unionization at Georgetown

Last week, graduate student assistants at Georgetown came one step closer to having a recognized union. The Voice decided to take a look back at the last two years of... Read more

Editorials

Georgetown Must Recognize Graduate Student Union

Last month, Georgetown University declined to voluntarily recognize the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE), a graduate student workers’ union. Over 50 percent of graduate student workers, or graduate students... Read more

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Graduate student-employees form alliance

The Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) held their first meeting Jan. 10. The event marked the beginning of the GAGE campaign to fight for greater rights and protections for... Read more