About 40 students gathered in Kogan Plaza Wednesday to protest the working conditions of GW employees.
Students and faculty protested in Kogan Plaza Wednesday to demand fair pay and treatment for workers.
Six students turned out to two feedback sessions held last week as part of the first community review of University President Thomas LeBlanc.
Members of the Progressive Student Union said administrators have not addressed a list of 10 demands regarding labor conditions at GW.
Members of the Progressive Student Union delivered a letter to the University president’s office Monday demanding major overhauls to labor conditions at GW.
Students in Fair Jobs GW met with officials last week to make demands for improved working conditions on behalf of janitorial workers.
Fair Jobs GW wants to reduce the difference in treatment between those hired by the University and employees from a third party contractor.
Dining workers said officials from GW and incoming dining partner Restaurant Associates have told them little about planned campus dining changes.
At a time when our school’s Mental Health Services are in the spotlight, severing deep personal ties between workers and students would be counterintuitive.