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North Carolina's NCAA academic case stuck in holding pattern

UNC's long-running academic fraud scandal case seems stuck in procedural limbo. The NCAA is reviewing information reported by the university in August and could amend the Notice of Allegations (NOA) used to specify violations. Until then, the case — an offshoot of a review launched nearly six years ago — can't advance toward resolution. (Associated Press)

After the Wainstein report, ethics working group has completed review

A new senior-level position now exists as a demonstration of the University’s commitment to integrity. Todd Nicolet became the Interim Chief Integrity and Policy Officer on Monday. He said the chancellor hopes to have a permanent officer by June 1. The position came from a joint recommendation by the Ethics and Integrity Working Group and the Policy and Procedures Working Group.... (Daily Tar Heel)

Carolina sets 11th consecutive record for first-year applications

UNC has set an 11th consecutive record for first-year applications – an increase of 12 percent over last year and the second largest increase within the last 25 years. As of Jan. 25, Carolina’s 35,748 first-year applicants come from all 100 counties in North Carolina, all 50 states and the District of Columbia and 124 countries outside the United States. (UNC.edu)

Chancellor announces new steps on race

In an email Monday night, Chancellor Carol Folt laid out a response to ongoing discussions about UNC’s racial climate, including students’ protests and demands from a town hall meeting in November. (Daily Tar Heel)

Letter From UNC A.D. Bubba Cunningham

The Department of Athletics believes our true mission is to educate and inspire through athletics. To that end, we have developed four core values. Our values are: Responsibility – Do what is right; Innovation – Find a better way; Service – Put others first; Excellence – Work hard. Play smart. Win together; (GoHeels.com)

Audio: Conversation With Bradley Bethel

Bradley Bethel drops by to discuss "Unverified," the documentary about the UNC AFAM scandal, its repercussions, reactions from viewers, and what is next for the film. (Inside Carolina)

Audio: Bradley Bethel interview

Daily Tar Heel Director of Enterprise Bradley Saacks spoke with Bradley Bethel, a former UNC learning specialist who made a documentary about the UNC academic-athletic scandal titled, “Unverified: The Untold Story of the UNC Scandal.” The two spoke about Bethel's documentary and the Wainstein report. (Daily Tar Heel)

Faculty discuss resolutions and solutions to support student athletes

Time was of the essence at a Faculty Athletic Committee meeting on Tuesday, as members discussed a resolution that will be voted on at the NCAA Annual Convention on Friday.The first part of the meeting was dedicated to giving an update on NCAA resolutions regarding time demands of student-athletes, which have been discussed in previous meetings. (Daily Tar Heel)

Bags packed, Tom Ross recounts his 5 years with UNC

Just days after his official removal from office, former UNC-system President Tom Ross sat down with Assistant State & National Editor Corey Risinger to talk future plans, reflections on the system and his history in higher education. (Daily Tar Heel)

A Film Review: Unverified

As I mentioned, I went into this viewing a little skeptical about it's tone. As someone who's read his blog, and has seen how Bethel has responded to personal attacks, I feared it was going to be one big middle finger to those who disagreed with him. I'm pleased to say it is not. It, instead, is a film that establishes its premise in more human terms early on. (Intimate Thoughts of Al Hood)

‘Unverified’ documentary challenges UNC academic-athletic scandal narratives

Next to a theater showing the latest James Bond movie, Varsity Theatre’s Friday night headliner was unusual — a documentary on the UNC academic-athletic scandal. Bradley Bethel, the former UNC learning specialist turned cinematographer, debuted his film, “Unverified: The Untold Story Behind the UNC Scandal,” to a select audience Friday. (Daily Tar Heel)

Film Review: "Unverified"

Bradley Bethel, the former UNC learning specialist who became the face of the unofficial opposition to the findings of Mary Willingham and the reporting of Dan Kane and Sara Ganim, released his crowd-sourced documentary "Unverified: The Untold Story Behind the UNC Scandal" on Friday night, and it delivered its message in an unexpected way. (Tar Heel Blog)

Bradley Bethel’s “Unverified” Premieres

Unverified, the documentary made by former UNC learning special Bradley Bethel, shows another side the academic scandal that has rocked the campus for years now. It played Friday night at the Varsity Theater. “I wanted to set the record straight,” he said. “I was really outraged by the narrative that was out there that wasn’t true, that was so skewed and that good people got hurt.” (Chapelboro.com)

'Unverified' Offers New Perspective

Bradley Bethel’s “Unverified,” a documentary film that dives into the University of North Carolina’s longstanding academic scandal, offers a compelling viewpoint into the complex ordeal that has too often been reduced to a black-and-white storyline. The strength of the film lies in its ability to give a voice to the affected parties of the academic fallout. (Inside Carolina)

Chansky’s Notebook: "Unverified" is riveting

Unverified both answers and raises important questions. The much-awaited documentary on the UNC academic scandal premiers at the Varsity Theater Friday night in a private showing. I was sent an advance copy by producer and former UNC athletic tutor Bradley Bethel, and for anyone who loves this university, it is a riveting 90-minute watch that is a must-see. (Chapelboro.com)

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