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  • UNC academic scandal explained

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is in the midst of an NCAA investigation into a system of fake classes taken by thousands of students, roughly half of them athletes, that spanned three decades. UNC officials are in Nashville this week at a hearing before the NCAA infractions committee.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is in the midst of an NCAA investigation into a system of fake classes taken by thousands of students, roughly half of them athletes, that spanned three decades. UNC officials are in Nashville this week at a hearing before the NCAA infractions committee. McClatchy Video and The News & Observer
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is in the midst of an NCAA investigation into a system of fake classes taken by thousands of students, roughly half of them athletes, that spanned three decades. UNC officials are in Nashville this week at a hearing before the NCAA infractions committee. McClatchy Video and The News & Observer

From UNC, another damaging, dodgy response to NCAA

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