The California State University and California Faculty Association came to a tentative agreement on salary, which has postponed schedule strikes on all 23 CSU campuses on April 13-15 and April 18-19.
CSU, CFA come to tentative agreement, strike postponed https://t.co/p1wdb6UdIb pic.twitter.com/USwizx4mqT
— The Sundial (@dailysundial) April 7, 2016
Tentative deal reached w/26k member California Faculty Assn that averts strike over wages at 23 #csu campuses planned for Wed. #abc7now
— David Louie (@abc7david) April 7, 2016
Despite the @calstate’s announcement, the CFA’s strike countdown clock continues to tick https://t.co/HGIvvklCe2
— Gabriel L. Sandoval (@GLuisSandoval) April 7, 2016
The decision has garnered mixed feelings
On every story about the CSU faculty strike, a single person complains both about taxes and high tuition costs. Pick one or the other people
— Chris Bulock (@chrisbulock) April 7, 2016
No strike at CSU’s! Definitely some mixed feelings being a student. None the less, congrats to the teachers! ????
— Lexi Peters (@LexChantel) April 7, 2016
However, some were unequivocally upset
The fact that the CSU strike might get cancelled is upsetting
— Stephanie (@stephaniecholz_) April 7, 2016
So no more CSU faculty strike? pic.twitter.com/xm6NoAj2tN
— Eric Inzunza (@NotRealEric) April 7, 2016
Honestly praying this CSU strike still happens because I’m really looking forward to 5 days off??
— Taylor Carpenter (@_taaaytaaay) April 7, 2016
Searching for CSU strike news on Twitter reveals massive student grief about the cancellation of “Spring Break 2.”
— Adam Hammond (@ahmmnd) April 7, 2016