As of 5 a.m. this morning, APSCUF, the governing body of Pa. state university faculty, has been on strike after multiple failed attempts to settle a new contract with PASSHE, the state school system. The two sides were locked in negotiations last night in a last ditch effort to avoid the strike, but to no avail. Once talks were over, it seemed that both sides weren’t done feuding when “shots were fired” via Twitter. Take a look:



Even APSCUF’s President got into the mix after Pa. Governor Tom Wolf tweeted about the strike:

No one knows how long the strike could last but APSCUF is clearly standing its ground and urging the state system to negotiate a new, fair contract for all faculty members.

Stay tuned to and our social media accounts for the latest updates. Also, feel free to follow APSCUF’s and PASSHE’s Twitter accounts for information as well.