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Holden Thorp takes 'full responsibility' for UNC academic fraud

Saturday, July 21, 2012

A five-member panel from the UNC Board of Governors met for the first time Friday to investigate the academic fraud within UNC Chapel Hill's African and Afro-American Studies program. Chancellor Holden Thorp told the panel he takes full responsibility for what happened and is also taking full responsibility to make sure no other cases if academic fraud occur. (News 14 Charlotte)

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