- Associated Press - Friday, December 8, 2017

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia University’s student-run radio station is on the air despite a temporary shutdown from a job action by student workers.

School officials said they met with key members and that the complaints that led to the walkout at WWVU on Thursday are being investigated.

Those with relevant information were asked to file a complaint online or contact the school’s Title IX office.

Title IX addresses sex discrimination, including harassment.

The complaints were not disclosed publicly by the school, though there were references to harassment in student postings on social media.

Station general manager Matthew Fouty, a WVU employee, tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette he’s the subject of complaints to the university’s Title IX office by five current and former students about his comments.

He says the complaints are unfounded.

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