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On an October evening in 2017, Natalia Piland, a graduate student at the University of Chicago, gathered with classmates at a popular Hyde Park bar to celebrate what seemed like a turning point: Teaching and research assistants at the university had voted to unionize.

“People were really emotional,” said Ms. Piland, who started attending union meetings in 2016. “We finally saw the fruits of our labor.”

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As she toasted the victory, Ms. Piland thought she could see the path ahead — formal recognition by the university, a fast start to the bargaining process and a contract guaranteeing more timely stipend payments and other benefits for students with teaching and research responsibilities.

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