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UNC’s Thorp promises faculty that university will learn from scandal

Friday, September 07, 2012

It was a promise UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp has made over and over in the three months since announcing one of the worst academic scandals in the university’s history. But this time it was before a standing-room-only crowd of faculty who came to hear him address the years of no-show classes that predominately benefited athletes. “No one is more upset about this than I am,” Thorp told professors. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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