UNC Academic Scandal

This Week In Rehashed UNC Scandal News

Stop me if you've heard this one before. If you were looking for any new news this week about UNC's AFAM academic scandal you will be sorely disappointed. In lieu of actual news we get a...

Butch Davis Seeking to Stop Release of 216 Phone Records

The question is does anyone care besides conspiracy theory ABCers and the media? An attorney representing Butch Davis has filed for a protective order to stop the release of phone records tied to...

Cunningham: NCAA Was Informed of AFAM Scandal All Along

Bubba Cunningham addresses the AFAM scandal in an interview with Inside Carolina.

Your Weekly Update On All Things Scandal Related at UNC

Death by a thousand cuts and a handful of big ones. First up, UNC released over 200 pages worth of documents covering the now completed NCAA investigation into improper benefits and academic fraud...

Examining the AFAM Mess and "Lingering Questions"

Somewhat buried in the breathless headlines about one of UNC's notorious Afro-American Studies classes being taught by Julius Nyang'oro and filled with almost entirely football players is this list...

One of the Suspect AFAM Classes Enrolled Only Football Players

19 UNC football players enrolled in the same no-show class at UNC.

BREAKING: College Students & Athletes Look For Easy Courses To Take

Dan Kane's latest piece is big on smoke and short on fire.

I Want to Hear from the Other 14 AFAM Professors

UNC wrapped up its internal investigation of the African and Afro-American Studies department that was instigated by Michael McAdoo's unnoticed plagiarism on Friday. It's definitely a good news/bad...

UNC Investigation into African-American Studies Department Finds Academic Fraud

An investigation into UNC's AFAM department finds academic fraud in over 50 classes.

Football, FERPA, and Investigative Reporting

A First Amendment Day panel sheds some light on the problems in UNC's AFAM department.

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