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UNC Compliance Staff Efficient in Addressing Shoe Violations

Within four calendar days of the secondary violations first occurring, UNC’s compliance staff was able to account for each pair of shoes as well as identify the 15 student-athletes in violation of NCAA rules. “From an investigative and processing standpoint in compliance, I thought they were outstanding,” Cunningham said in an interview with Inside Carolina on Tuesday. (Inside Carolina)

Paul Hardin: UNC’s bicentennial chancellor

Paul Hardin led three schools—Wofford, Southern Methodist, and Drew University—before becoming UNC’s seventh chancellor on July 1, 1988. He was installed on October 12 during a University Day ceremony, where Hardin told those gathered: “The future belongs to those institutions and persons who command it, not to those who wait passively for it to happen.” (A View to Hugh)

Friday and Spangler, a different pair who matched at the top of UNC

When C.D. Spangler Jr., who died Sunday, took over as president of the what we now call the University of North Carolina system in 1986, he was following a titan — the legend, William Friday. Friday had been president for 30 years, and in that time had become one of the most prominent national figures in American higher education. (Raleigh News & Observer)

Twenty Five Years of Nike and UNC Athletics

Twenty-five years later, the Tar Heels are still sporting the swoosh. UNC’s most recent Nike contract, a 10-year deal valued at approximately $37.7 million in cash and products, expired on June 30. Athletic director Bubba Cunningham has insisted for almost a year that an extension with Nike would be forthcoming, and a new deal is expected to be announced soon. (Inside Carolina)

Dick Spangler’s mind never rested, nor did his heart

When the news broke Monday, an alert said former UNC President C.D. Spangler Jr. had died. It seemed so insufficient. Yes, he was UNC’s president, running North Carolina’s renowned public university system for 11 years guided by a deep love for the school and the state. But Dick Spangler was such a brilliant, sincere and thoughtful human being. (Charlotte Observer)

Remembering C.D. Spangler with a look through the DTH archives

Clemmie Dixon Spangler Jr., who served as the UNC-system president from 1986-1997, died on Monday, July 23. We pulled these clips from the Daily Tar Heel archives looking back on the Charlotte native's time spent in Chapel Hill as the 15th system president. Spangler was sworn in as UNC-system president on Friday, October 17, 1986. (Daily Tar Heel)

Former UNC-System President C.D. Spangler Jr. dies at 86

Clemmie "Dick" Spangler Jr., former president of the University of North Carolina system and Charlotte native, has died according to the UNC system. Before his tenure leading the public university system from 1986 to 1997, Spangler was a successful businessman. After graduating UNC-Chapel Hill in 1954, he went on to study at Harvard Business School. (Daily Tar Heel)

New Details Emerge in UNC Secondary Violation Case

UNC football players who sold university-issued shoes earlier this year will learn the consequences before the season opener at California on Sept. 1, UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham said Thursday. “We’re still working on the final adjudication of those penalties, but we had students who sold some of the shoes that they were provided,” he told WCHL. (Inside Carolina)

North Carolina AD Bubba Cunningham defends Larry Fedora

The University of North Carolina's athletic director came to football coach 's defense a day after Fedora was widely questioned for saying he doubted the connections between football and CTE. Bubba Cunningham told reporters during a break in Thursday's UNC board of trustees meetings that Fedora's point was "poorly communicated." (ESPN.com)

UNC free of NCAA issues for 1st time under AD Cunningham

UNC athletics director Bubba Cunningham has spent nearly his entire tenure dealing with NCAA issues, from arriving amid a football investigation to dealing with offshoot academic trouble. Now, those long-running NCAA issues are resolved, freeing Cunningham to focus on improving on-field performance or a facility project costing more than $100 million. (Associated Press)

Audio: Bubba Cunningham on The David Glenn Show

North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham joins guest host Dave Nathan on The David Glenn Show. Cunningham and Nathan discuss UNC’s finish in the Learfield Director’s Cup, the joys of his job, and the school’s on-going athletics construction program. (ACC Sports Journal)

UNC AD Bubba Cunningham Talks Facilities, Injuries, State Of The Football Program

UNC’s football program is in a transitional phase, along with a few other programs at UNC. Construction is taking place on and around campus with new facilities going up for multiple sports, including track and field, field hockey, soccer and lacrosse. The most notable sport is the football program, which will move into a new state-of-the-art practice facility this fall. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Roy Williams, Bubba Cunningham Get New IDs In NCDOT Promotion

, Bubba Cunningham and Jen Levy got their new identification cards, called REAL ID, on Tuesday morning at the Smith Center as part of a promotion campaign for a new federally mandated law that meets higher security standards. “I thought it was a wonderful process,” Williams, UNC’s legendary basketball coach, said about the experience. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Campus communication on Carolina’s Title IX program

We are pleased to report that the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has concluded its investigation of our Title IX program that arose out of a complaint filed more than five years ago. The University received the OCR’s Letter of Findings last night. This follows the Resolution Agreement signed on Friday where we agreed to take the following five actions: (UNC.edu)

Federal investigation finds UNC violated Title IX in handling of sexual violence complaints

The Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Education (OCR) determined that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill did, in fact, fail "to adopt and publish grievance procedures that provide for the prompt and equitable resolution of student, employee, and third-party complaints alleging discrimination on the basis of sex, as required by Title IX." (ABC 11)
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