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A two-year-old clue into no-show classes at UNC?


UNC-Chapel Hill officials and others looking into the academic fraud at the university might want to take notice of a comment posted on a course evaluation website that students use to pick classes. In April 2010, an anonymous student wrote this regarding Julius Nyang'oro's AFRI 370 class: (Raleigh News & Observer)


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