Georgetown graduate students voted 555-108 in favor of unionization to complete the final step toward recognition and official unionization.
“Under normal circumstances, it would be unfortunate that the union feels compelled to protest at an event from which so many students benefit.”
Friday’s march occurred in the midst of a number of notable events for other unions across the country, including Harvard University voting to form a union.
A number of supporters of the union organized to do their work, displaying signs on the back of their chairs that read “I’m working on …” followed by their subject matter.
“The Boston College chapter of the American Association of University Professors endorses the unionization efforts of BC Graduate Employees Union-United Auto Workers.”