Graduate students who work as teaching and research assistants at Temple make less than $20,000 a year, on average.
"It's long past time for Temple to come to the table [and] provide these workers with a good contract, fair pay, and better benefits," he said earlier this month.
Stephen Orbanek, director of communications at the university, told Insider that those who choose to participate in the grad-student strike will be denied not just their pay but their tuition benefits.
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