There has been much media
attention focused on Sonoma State University and Audrey Jarvis.
The ordeal began on June 27 when Jarvis was asked by a supervisor at a student orientation event to remove or hide her cross necklace because it might offend the students at the orientation.
According to the Press Democrat, Hiram Sasser, the lawyer representing Jarvis, stated that the university took the matter seriously and that necessary action was taken.
The supervisor who asked Jarvis to remove her necklace has been identified as Erik Dickson, executive director of the Associated Students.
Officials have organized an opportunity for Dickson and Jarvis to meet so that Dickson may apologize in person.
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