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Court awards anti-abortion group after campus debacle

This article has been updated from a previous version to reflect new information. The Fresno State professor accused last semester of violating a campus club’s free speech rights claims he did nothing wrong. Greg Thatcher, professor of public health, said ...

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Equal pay lawsuit raging

The Women’s Studies Program hosted an event Monday, which featured guest speaker Aileen Rizo, a math consultant at the Fresno County Office of Education, who is pursuing a lawsuit in effort to receive equal pay. The lecture featured Rizo’s story ...

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WAC, Fresno State and Nevada reach agreement

The Western Athletic Conference (WAC), Fresno State and Nevada have reached an agreement regarding the departure of Nevada and Fresno State from the WAC. Fresno State and Nevada will remain members of the WAC in all sports through June 30, 2012.

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WAC, Fresno State and Nevada issue statement

The three parties involved respond to the lawsuit.

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CSU seeks to dismiss case

Counsel representing California State University, Fresno filed a motion to dismiss the discrimination lawsuit brought on by Joe Parks, a professor in the curriculum and instruction department.

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Students sue CSU

Two students have filed a lawsuit against the California State University system, seeking to reverse the increased fees that were issued this semester. Samantha Adame of San Francisco State and Travis Donselman of CSU San Bernadino have sued the CSU, claiming the system acted illegally when it billed students for additional fee increases after initial tuition was already paid.

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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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Former ASI employee asking for job back

The former Associated Students employee who served as executive director of ASI before being fired earlier this semester is asking for her job back.

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Harassment lawsuit filed

Former ASI Executive Director Annie Tremp filed a lawsuit Friday claiming she was wrongfully terminated and discriminated against by some ASI executives.

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Ex-director pursues legal action against ASI

Recent actions by ASI executives may have Fresno State facing another lawsuit.

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Focus back on the game

Fresno State can breathe a sigh of relief as two major civil cases were settled over the summer.

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Finding focus during Johnson-Klein controversy

The Fresno State women’s basketball team dealt with many distractions this season, even with a very public lawsuit overshadowing the program.

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Fresno State to pay legal fees

Fresno State is going to have to pay an additional $2.5 million in the Stacy Johnson-Klein case, a judge ruled Monday. The money pays for Johnson-Klein’s attorney fees, and comes on top of the $6.6 million awarded to Johnson-Klein in ...

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Fresno State to further appeal Stacy Johnson-Klein case

Fresno State filed an appeal with Fresno County Superior Court on Feb. 27, asking the $6.6 million award to former women’s basketball coach, Stacy Johnson-Klein be reduced to $2.9 million. Earlier in the month, Fresno State won an appeal asking ...

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WEB-SPE@K: What do you think of the Johnson-Klein award reduction?

Earlier this week, Stacy Johnson-Klein’s award was reduced to $6.6 million from $19.1 million in the university’s appeal against the original verdict. What do you think of the decision? Be sure to read the print edition of next Friday’s issue ...

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Johnson-Klein award reduced: Fresno State may still appeal

Stacy Johnson-Klein’s $19.1 million award in her lawsuit against Fresno State was reduced to $6.6 million on Friday. However, Fresno State still plans to appeal the rest of the case, according to Dawn Theodora of the university counsel. “We will ...

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