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Holden Thorp leaves UNC on path to fixing problems


But add in a few years of unraveling scandal, and the job grew to be more difficult, as that faint spotlight on Thorp turned into a high-powered microscope. "I was starting to feel that being the chancellor of one of the most public universities in the world was maybe not perfectly suited to my skills,” Thorp said. (Daily Tar Heel)

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