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West Virginia University radio station GM suspended amid sexual harassment claims

By JOHN McVEY

The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register

MARTINSBURG, W.Va.  — West Virginia University has named an interim general manager to lead its radio station as it investigates sexual harassment allegations against Matthew Fouty made by students working at the station.

Contacted by phone Monday afternoon, John A. Bolt, senior executive director of WVU relations office and communications, confirmed that Fouty is the subject of a Title IX investigation.

A group of students held a news conference Monday afternoon detailing their complaints. Students of radio station WWVU, known as U92, went on strike Wednesday because they did not believe WVU administration was responding to their complaints against Fouty, who was hired as the station’s general manager in 2015.

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