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Purdue Students’ Attempt To Form Labor Union An Uphill Battle

A group of graduate students at Purdue are attempting to form a labor union so they can collectively bargain benefits, wages and grieve unfair labor practices. Michelle Campbell is a doctoral student in literary studies at Purdue, and says many graduate students work for the university teaching undergraduate classes or work in research labs. Campbell says the […]

Two Indiana Colleges Create Scholarships For Undocumented Students

One afternoon on his way to work, Juan Constantino’s headlight went out. “I had no idea,” Constantino recounts. “A cop pulled a U-turn, pulled me over he said, ‘do you know why I pulled you over?’” If Constantino were like most students, it wouldn’t have been a big deal. He probably would have been let […]

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