Tag Archives: gender discrimination

Lawsuit against ASI dismissed

A former employee’s lawsuit against the California State University, Fresno Association, Inc. and Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) was dismissed late last spring. Annie Tremp, the former ASI executive director, filed the lawsuit in September 2008 claiming that she had been subjected to age discrimination, gender discrimination, and wrongful termination.

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Pagel just deserved a chance to interview

We all know about the trials and tribulations of the Fresno State athletic department. From the ethical dilemmas of student-athletes off the field to plummeting ticket sales due to either economic factors or just pure lack of interest in continuing to support the athletic department.

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Former Fresno State track coach alleges gender discrimination

Little more than a year after a trio of gender discrimination cases costing the university more than $16 million, and just months after settling out of court with softball coach Margie Wright, Fresno State has another discrimination lawsuit on its hands.

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Getting controversial: A reporter’s dilemma

Megan Bakker, who wrote The Collegian’s latest Stacy Johnson-Klein article, talks of the difficulties a reporter faces when covering a controversial subject.

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Editorial: CNN gaffe reveals problems of pundits

One of the top stories on CNN.com yesterday bore the headline “Gender or race: Black women voters face tough choices in S.C.”

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