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Employment – University Employee – Termination – Sexual Harassment (access required)

A Virginia Tech employee who managed the university mail system should not have been fired after 29 years for one incident of alleged “sexual harassment,” in which he asked a female student, whom he did not supervise, to pose in a bathing suit or “short shorts” for a fund-raising calendar for a youth boxing club ...

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