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UNC offers to make up for fraudulent classes


A smattering of supplemental courses might be all that’s left for UNC in its ongoing battle to rid itself of an academic scandal that has been unraveling since 2010. The courses are part of the University’s new plan that could involve bringing nearly 400 current and former students back to class in order to repair the academic integrity of their degrees, issued from the Department of African and Afro-American Studies. (Daily Tar Heel)


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