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Evergreen State College settles claim with embattled professors for $500,000

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Weinstein and his wife resign from school as part of agreement Evergreen State College has settled a tort claim against it from embattled Professor Bret Weinstein and his wife, Professor Heather Heying, for $500,000, according to an email sent to faculty Friday evening.“They have resigned from their faculty positions at Evergreen, effective today. The college will pay them a total of $450,000 and contribute an additional $50,000 toward their attorney fees,” according to the email, sent by John Carmichael, chief of staff and secretary to the board of trustees.“In making this agreement, the college admits no liability, and rejects the allegations made in the tort claim,” Carmichael wrote.

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