UNC to begin academic probe
North Carolina chancellor Holden Thorp wants his university to finally be able to move on from the academic scandal that continues to hover over its Afro and African-American Studies and athletics departments.
To do so, the school has enlisted a former governor and an outside consulting firm to probe whether the problems go any deeper, or farther back in time.
Thorp announced Thursday that former North Carolina governor James G. Martin will lead an independent review of any additional ...
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