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New Hope Elementary students met their UNC student-athlete pen pals for the first time at Tuesday’s baseball game against Liberty University.
Deborah Crowder, who was named in the second Amended Notice of Allegations from the NCAA as administering fake classes for the African and Afro-American Studies Department, has released an affidavit stating that the accusations against her are untrue.
House Bill 2 might cost the state the ability to host all NCAA Championship events for the next six years, according to a letter from the North Carolina Sports Association to the N.C. General Assembly.
UNC history professor Jay Smith suspects external involvement in removal of his college athletics class
At the end of the fall 2016 semester, the history department made the decision to remove History 383 — a class that explores the history of college athletics and the rights of college athletes — from the course listings for the upcoming spring semester.
The Faculty Athletics Committee met Tuesday to discuss student-athlete exit interviews and surveys, pending NCAA legislation and student-athlete academic advising.
The Faculty Athletics Committee met Tuesday to review student-athlete summer programs, surveys and a study by the NCAA.
What happened?The Student Athlete-Academic Process Review Group, a successor to a working group tasked with changing academic policies concerning student-athletes after the academic-athletic scandal, met to discuss the sixth and seventh processes out of 21 the group is set to review.
A recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board will allow collective bargaining rights for graduate students at private universities. This comes one year after the NLRB effectively said student-athletes at private universities cannot unionize.
UNC administrators are making an effort to better include student-athletes in the conversation around the academic-athletic scandal.
UNC men's soccer team forward, Alan Winn poses for a portrait on Fetzer Field.
The Faculty Athletics Committee talked about how to help student-athletes with time management at its listening session on Wednesday
Ezra Baeli-Wang, Beverly Foster, Lexi Cappalli, and Josefa Lindquist discussed the importance of time management for student-athletes at a listening session in Dey Hall Wednesday.
A recent Gallup survey shows former NCAA student-athletes are better off in terms of well-being than their nonathletic peers.
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.
Timothy Gallimore, assistant vice president for academic planning and state authorization, discussed the possibility of North Carolina joining the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements program.
Only two faculty members attended the Faculty Athletics Committee’s listening session Wednesday, but the committee still led a discussion about the potential impact of student-athletes refusing to play as a form of protest.
In a meeting Friday, the Faculty Council voted not to pass a resolution that would eliminate the admission of athletes who are projected to have a first semester grade point average lower than 2.3.
In a meeting on Tuesday, the Faculty Athletics Committee expressed concern about finding ways for student-athletes to manage their time.
TO THE EDITOR: We all know the hyphenate “student-athlete” with its blissfully wistful connotations of young men and women who spend their days listening to lectures or poring over books and then, in their spare time, engaging in various sports in the name of the university they attend.