Posted by Dan Kane on April 24, 2014
A second group of UNC-Chapel Hill professors has signed a letter to Chancellor Carol Folt calling for more answers and accountability in the wake of the long-running academic fraud scandal.
Twenty-two professors -- nearly half of UNC’s History Department -- have signed the letter sent to Folt on Thursday. A 23rd signee is an adjunct professor from another department.
The letter comes three weeks after a group of 32 retired faculty members sent a similar letter.
Posted by Dan Kane on March 25, 2014
Deunta Williams and Bryon Bishop say they took no-show classes. Some players were steered there by advisers to help them stay eligible, they say.
Posted by Dan Kane on January 3, 2014
On New Year’s Day, one of the biggest football watching days of the year, The New York Times greeted readers with a front page story that might have caused some to turn off their sets.
Posted on January 3, 2014
Some North Carolinians are seeing results of tax law changes made last year: Paychecks arriving Friday have new state income tax withholding amounts, which affect take home pay.
Posted by J. Andrew Curliss on November 5, 2013
Three people have been arrested so far, including Georgia-based sports agent Terry S. Watson, who faces 14 felony charges. Two more people have been charged by a grand jury, but those indictments are sealed. Prosecutor Jim Woodall says those final two cases should be public by next week at the latest.