We are really excited to share with you our second episode of the Full Stop Podcast, which ties into our most recent special quarterly issue on Graduate Student Organizing.

Full Stop interviews editor Mike Schapira talks to Hailey Huget about her quarterly essay “Paying to Work,” about the student/worker distinction. Hailey has been organizing with Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees, a union that represents approximately one thousand graduate workers, for the past several years. Then, Mike speaks with Dennis Hogan who co-wrote the quarterly essay “With or Without U,” about labor laws, where they came from, and why they kind of suck for graduate students.  Dennis is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at Brown University. He has been organizing with SUGSE since 2015.

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