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Her $20,000 annual graduate assistantship ended with her graduate education.
The union also is seeking 7.47 percent raises to the minimum pay for assistantships in the current academic year.
Only those who work 10 to 27 hours a week for their assistantships are part of the bargaining unit, according to the union leaders.
Many departments offer graduate research, teaching, and staff assistantships to students, which come with full tuition waivers, health insurance and a stipend.
Graduate teaching assistantships, internships and mentorships are designed to use inexpensive or free labor under the protocols of the medieval guild.
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