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UNC Officials Look To Post-Scandal Future

As UNC settles into its new academic year, Chancellor Holden Thorp is weighing in on why he decided to go public with the current African and Afro-American Studies Department controversy. “The decision we made to disclose that it happened was a bold and important one,” he says. (Chapelboro.com)


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