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Examining the AFAM Mess and “Lingering Questions”


Deborah Crowder worked in the AFAM department office before she retired in 2009, and as such would have had access to the paperwork necessary for these courses to be filed and dates and grades to be changed. In addition, after her retirement, the “aberrant” courses stopped. I’m not saying I buy this 100%, but at least you can see what it looks like on the surface. (Tar Heel Blog)


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