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$1.2 million revenue gap won’t cut Olympic sports at UNC


Even after scrambling to fill a gap in expected revenue of more than $1 million, athletic department officials said Olympic programs are not in danger of being cut. The option of eliminating entire programs emerged after a proposed $45 increase to the athletic fee, which all students pay, was rejected in October. (Daily Tar Heel)


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