Going "Beyond the Bulletin" (Interview|UW Daily Bulletin Podcast)

Episode 62 - “Grad Union, COVID Tracing, America Votes”

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Beyond the Bulletin is “a weekly podcast with hosts Pamela Smyth and Brandon Sweet highlighting news, events and commentary from the [University of Waterloo's] Daily Bulletin. The podcast also features a brief look ahead as well as an interview on a subject of interest to the University community.”

Episode description

“The Committee to Organize UWaterloo is behind a campaign to unionize some graduate students and sessional instructors, and PhD student Sara Marsh and Professor Jeff Casello, from Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs, share their perspectives. There is a new protocol for tracking cases of COVID-19 on campus. A public lecture examines the potential global effect of the U.S. Election. And the president urges students to stay safe over Fall Reading Week.”

Listen here

Click here to listen to Episode 62 - Grad Union, COVID Tracing, America Votes on SoundCloud.

Thank you to the Daily Bulletin for this opportunity to discuss the drive to improve working conditions at UW, especially to the interviewer Pamela Smyth, Media Relations, University of Waterloo.

Committee to Organize UWaterloo
Committee to Organize UWaterloo
supported by CUPE

The Committee to Organize UWaterloo is a grassroots campaign to unionize the academic workers at the University of Waterloo. The campaign is supported by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Canada's largest union.