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Nathalie, 23, a native Oaklander who would sometimes pay the $10 cover to see music at Ghost Ship was out of town when texts started flooding in Friday night asking, “Are you okay?” For the...

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As graduate students across the country struggle to cope with rising tuition and costs of living, those who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities have been fighting for the right to collectively...

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NATIONAL STUDENT WALKOUT AGAINST BIGOTRY & HATE SocialistStudents.net Donald Trump and the Republican Party are preparing to unleash a storm of attacks on women, immigrants, the Muslim community, LGBTQ people, workers, and the environment. We...

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More than 200,000 students fill the streets against Francoist “revalidations” We publish below a translation of the Spanish School Students union (Sindicato de Estudiantes)’s first report of the historic general strike of students throughout the...

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On Wednesday, October 5, 50 University of Washington Socialist Students met for the first time to discuss “a world in turmoil and the Socialist Alternative.” Eleni Mitsou, a leading member of Socialist Alternative’s sister organization...

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“Savage cuts are made to public services and welfare while the financial sharks in the gambling casinos of the free market are bailed out by the working class,” says Joe Higgins in the first Socialist...

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Education for profit is a failure, we need free education for all! Edmund Schluessel, Socialist Alternative Boston After years of charging students tens of thousands of dollars for sub-standard vocational education, ITT Technical Institute has...

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Hundreds Protest Outside Trump Rally in Western Washington Originally published at SocialistStudents.net. An on the ground report from our students in Seattle, written by Ava Bravata Keating, member of Seattle Socialist Students and Seattle Socialist...

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Earlier this summer, the University of Massachusetts Boston announced a budget deficit of about $22.3 million, and will be cutting up to one third of faculty and some staff. Cuts to faculty primarily affect adjunct...

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Starting with Occupy Wall St. five years ago, and moving through the Fight for $15, Black Lives Matter, and Bernie Sanders, social movements are changing the scope of American politics. And at every turn, young...

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