California Faculty Association members Molly Talcott, Cecil Canton, Jonathan Karpf and Mark Karplus applaud after a news conference to discuss the tentative contract agreement between California State University and its teaching staff on April 8, 2016.
California Faculty Association members Molly Talcott, Cecil Canton, Jonathan Karpf and Mark Karplus applaud after a news conference to discuss the tentative contract agreement between California State University and its teaching staff on April 8, 2016. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
California Faculty Association members Molly Talcott, Cecil Canton, Jonathan Karpf and Mark Karplus applaud after a news conference to discuss the tentative contract agreement between California State University and its teaching staff on April 8, 2016. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
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