UNC Scandal

December 2, 2013 12:04 PM

Former UNC-CH African studies chairman indicted by grand jury

The Orange County grand jury Monday morning accused former UNC-Chapel Hill African studies chairman Julius Nyang'oro of a felony for accepting $12,000 from the university for a summer class that he did not teach.

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