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Guess What? The 2005 Title Team Took Paper Classes
The latest Kane Klassic provides an interesting, if puzzling, take on paper class enrollment during the 2004-2005 season. Other than the specific numbers, which were detailed in the Wainstein Report, this is really nothing new. It had been common knowledge...

Former UNC football player Michael McAdoo sues University over academic issues
Former University of North Carolina football player Michael McAdoo filed a federal class action alleging the university failed to provide him and others with the education they were promised in return for playing for the school. McAdoo -- not to...

Bethel: A Wainstein Report Exam
The intellectually dishonest bluster from some faculty members is unsettling. Hodding Carter, Jay Smith, and Harry Watson have contributed to the spread of misinformation by pontificating on the implications of the Wainstein Report as if they had actually read it...

Message from Chancellor Carol L. Folt
In the days since Mr. Wainstein’s report was released, I have seen and experienced many acts of character on our campus and beyond – from quiet moments of reflection to public discussions. I’ve been proud of how we have come...

Video: UNC Football Invite a Professor to Practice Day
More than 30 UNC faculty members attended Larry Fedora's 'Invite a Professor to Practice Day' which included a 'chalk talk' session, academic round-table meeting and dinner with the team...

The most overlooked detail of the Wainstein Report
The 3,100 student enrollments in paper classes sounds significant, until it’s compared to the more than 3 million valid student enrollments of the same time period. “The paper class scheme started before some of us were even born and ended...

Letter: Willingham praise has overlooked her flaws
"UNC should acknowledge the contributions that Ms. Willingham provided while also recognizing that her publicly reported research fell far short of Federal and University standards. The recent attempt to lionize Ms. Willingham is, in my opinion, misguided." Dr. Jeffrey Spang,...

Accrediting Agency Launches New UNC Probe
UNC faces renewed scrutiny from its accrediting agency in the wake of the Wainstein report. According to the News and Observer, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges (SACS) will be sending university officials notice of a...

Bethel: The Wainstein Report and the (Anti-) Athletics Reform Group
Last Friday, at the Faculty Council meeting, for the first time in my three years as a UNC employee, I was embarrassed to be associated with this university. My embarrassment, however, was not due to the improprieties of a few...

Some UNC-Chapel Hill faculty call for athletics reform
Some UNC-Chapel Hill faculty members called for changes to the special-talent admissions process and to the time student-athletes can devote to practice and games at a standing-room-only meeting Friday. The meeting was the first UNC-Chapel Hill Faculty Council meeting since...

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