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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

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Harvard Rally for Dining Hall Workers

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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

HUDS

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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

HUDS

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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

HUDS

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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

HUDS

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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

HUDS

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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

HUDS

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Harvard dining hall workers, Local 26 union representatives, and the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) came together at First Parish Church in Cambridge to rally in support of Harvard's dining hall staff.

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HUCTW States Goals in Open Letter

Harvard workers want increases in health care coverage, according to an open letter released by HUCTW on Feb. 14.

Harvard in the City

Custodial Workers Rally For Full-Time Employment

Over 100 custodial workers—some of them Harvard employees—rallied outside of Trinity Church in Copley Square on Saturday to call for full-time employment for all custodial workers.

Labor

Investing Responsibly

At this point, we do not advocate immediate divestment from an investment such as HEI, but Harvard’s administration should seriously consider whether this may become a more palatable response in the future.

Harvard Medical School

Mass. Health Plans To Merge

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan have signed a memorandum of understanding as the first step in a process that would merge the two health care providers, a move that would consolidate the respectively second and third largest insurers in the state of Massachusetts.

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Harvard Hires Construction VP

Mark R. Johnson, a veteran Harvard administrator, has been named Harvard’s new vice president for Capital Planning and Project Management, a position created this summer to consolidate several planning offices that oversee Harvard’s construction efforts, University officials announced yesterday.

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Solis Defends Worker Dignity

U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis said that her department has launched a new initiative to improve the working conditions of manual laborers.

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