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UNC keeps tabs on classes with clusters of athletes

Ever since fraudulent classes were discovered in the Department of African and Afro-American Studies, all eyes have been on not only professors and their syllabuses, but also classes that have large percentages of student-athletes. Situations where this imbalance occurs in courses are often referred to as athlete clustering.
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