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CFA Headlines • November 1, 2017

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Thank you for voting!

Faculty throughout the state voted this week on the tentative agreement to extend the contract two years.

The vote began Monday, Oct. 30 and ended at 2 pm on Thursday, Nov. 2.

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Can you hear us now? CFA launches ‘Radio Free CSU’ podcast, takes stand against CSU Executive Orders at Fall Assembly

CFA’s 86th Assembly marked the launch of the newest way to connect with our union—the Radio Free CSU podcast.

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Students taking action to #FreeTheCSU with events to educate, uplift campus community

From debt-themed carnivals to teach-ins, students throughout the state are taking action this week to #FreeTheCSU from tuition, debt, discrimination, and racism.

Students for Quality Education (SQE) is hosting the events to build awareness and understanding about the need to unchain students from massive student loan debt, and improve social justice on CSU campuses.

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Faculty Rights Tip: Workload for Counselors and Evaluation Criteria for Faculty

Counselor faculty often find themselves supervised by administrators who are unfamiliar with the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). This can create problems in a number of areas, especially counselors’ workload and evaluation.

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In Other News

CONSCIENCE AND COURAGE: Kent Wong, director of the UCLA Labor Center, shared information and inspiration with CFA Assembly Delegates during the 86th Assembly this weekend. “There are 800,000 DACA students hanging by a threat, and we have five months to fix this,” he told CFA activists. “DACA has emerged as a focal point for social justice and immigrant youth have put their bodies on the line. They have emerged as the conscience of this nation.”

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Links of the Week

Deadlines for CSU applications extended for students affected by wildfires
Daily Titan (Fullerton)
The California State University Office of the Chancellor announced Monday that it will accommodate fall 2018 applicants to all CSU campuses affected by California’s wildfires.

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