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CLASS supports SAIA, not CUSA!

On February 17th, members of Carleton Labour and Student Solidarity (CLASS) demonstrated our support for the Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) to endorse Students Against Israeli  Apartheid (SAIA) – Carleton’s divestment campaign. Members of CLASS were present alongside many other … Continue reading

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Myth #8

What an amazing series of events taking place in our world right now. I was excited to see French strikes a few months back. British student protests had me wanting to do back flips. Egypt though, oh Egypt. I could … Continue reading

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General Meeting

Hey everyone, Just thought I’d make this event official with a Facebook Event (hint: that’s a link to the facebook event). For those of you who don’t know already, CLASS will be holding the first general meeting of the semester … Continue reading

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Delayed Reactions

It’s official. We are back in action post break. As I’m sure you know via first hand experience, back to school has a habit of sucking up all our free time. Thankfully we’re finally getting back into our post break … Continue reading

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Good News? and Meeting Times!

It’s official! Strikes have been averted. Yesterday, both units of CUPE 4600 came to tentative agreements. We’re hoping this is good news for the TAs and contract instructors. The details of the agreements won’t be released until members have the … Continue reading

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The Working Groups

Great turnout to the general meeting on Tuesday. It was great seeing all your wonderful faces, old and new. If you weren’t able to make it, don’t worry. You can still get involved. James Meades shared his experiences trying to … Continue reading

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Free the Fees and Other Important Campaigns

The potential strike is a serious matter. Nobody is denying this but let’s not forget that the administration is continuing to hold onto GSA and CUSA fees. What does this mean to students on campus? Well it means that student run organizations will have to stop … Continue reading

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