Update (12:03 p.m.): The University has commented on the appeal. “We believe Judge Baddour already ruled correctly in this case by affirming the University’s responsibility to protect the privacy rights and educational records of all students. We look forward to presenting the University’s arguments and evidence during the appeal process and bringing this case to a fair conclusion," Vice Chancellor of Communications Joel Curran said in a statement.
The Daily Tar Heel filed an appeal of the Superior Court judge’s ruling on May 3 that UNC is not required to provide public records for students or employees found
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The appeal was filed alongside The Capital Broadcasting Company, the Charlotte Observer Publishing
Betsy O’Donovan, the executive director at The Daily Tar Heel, said in a