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UNC faculty wants Holden Thorp to stay

Professors and other employees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are trying to persuade Chancellor Holden Thorp to change his mind about resigning in the face of multiple scandals. About 250 faculty members of North Carolina's flagship public university approved a resolution Tuesday declaring that Thorp "remains the best person to lead our university through these challenging times."
Full article at Fayetteville Observer

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