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Lawyer seeks to name UNC administrators in Willingham suit
The attorney for former UNC-Chapel Hill learning specialist Mary Willingham is seeking to add Chapel Hill administrators to the retaliation lawsuit that she filed against the school and UNC system. In the lawsuit, Willingham claimed that she faced retaliation in...

Rams Club ups annual dues, but not due to autonomy
When the UNC Educational Foundation (Rams Club) unveiled a new dues structure this week, my immediate reaction was that the price of autonomy is hitting faster than anyone expected. But that’s not the case, according to Rams Club Executive Director...

New search warrants released in UNC sports agent investigation
New search warrants released Friday show how Georgia-based sports agent Terry Watson allegedly funneled money and gifts to UNC football players in an attempt to get them to sign with him. North Carolina law requires agents to register with the...

Bethel: The Perils of Publicity, Indeed
On way or another, Jay Smith wants to get me. In April, he notified the Provost that I appeared mentally unstable. Today, Smith accused me of plagiarizing him for my articulating a phrase that has been used countless times and...

The Education of Bradley Bethel: On the Challenges of Speaking Truth in a Media-Saturated World
Just over seven months ago, after an anxious weekend of writing and editing, I published "Truth and Literacy at UNC," my first essay challenging Mary Willingham's false claims and subverting the media's sensationalized narrative. When I decided to write that...

Charges dropped against tutor in UNC agent case
Orange County District Attorney Jim Woodall said Thursday that his office was dropping charges against Jennifer Wiley Thompson, one of the five people accused of violating the state's agent-athlete inducement law in providing gifts and money to football players at...

UNC Per-Athlete Spending Lower Than ACC Median
UNC is spending more on athletics than the median average within the Atlantic Coast Conference, but athletic director Bubba Cunningham says that’s due to the commitment to giving more student-athletes the opportunity to play college sport...

Folt op-ed: American universities can improve upon successes
U.S. News and World Report recently published the following op-ed from UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol L. Folt. The focus: why higher education needs to find new ways to prepare students for the jobs and industries of the future...

UNC ‘Focused On Student-Athletes’, All Students’ Success’
UNC Provost Jim Dean gave a detailed report on athletics at the University to the Board of Trustees Wednesday afternoon. The Provost offered a broad look at how student athletes are performing in the classroom, saying the University is on...

Social media policies of student-athletes criticized
Last year, UNC softball players were not allowed to post any of their photos from Halloween on Franklin Street to Facebook — at least, not without a coach’s permission. UNC student-athletes are required to adhere to policies set forth by...

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