In October 2014, the public was given what was considered the end of UNC’s yearslong academic-athletic scandal: independent investigator Kenneth Wainstein’s report.
Worries that the NCAA will make an example out of UNC with an over-the-top punishment were lessened with Monday’s release of the amended Notice of Allegations.
UNC has received the new Notice of Allegations from the NCAA today, UNC spokesperson Jim Gregory confirmed. The first Notice of Allegations received by the NCAA was released publicly on June 4, around two weeks after UNC received it.
At roughly 1 a.m. Wednesday, a UNC student was robbed at gunpoint — the second time this has happened in less than a week.
UNC’s academic-athletic scandal has dominated headlines for more than five years now, and this summer will be no different.
"These documents go well beyond the information sought by the Commission and evidence the extraordinary — indeed unparalleled — lengths to which the University has gone to ensure complete institutional integrity," the monitoring report said about the working group's report.
Two UNC students can be arrested for the same crime, go through the same Honor Court proceedings and receive completely different punishments.
The James B. Hunt Jr. Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy might be on its own soon.
Ten years ago, a terrifying day was nearly one of the most tragic in University history.
Director of enterprise Bradley Saacks
In the first episode of Fair Game — a podcast examining current issues in colleges athletics —Director of Enterprise Bradley Saacks sat down with former N.C. Supreme Court Justice and current UNC School of Law professor Robert Orr to talk about about the status of his case against the University and the NCAA, if he can still enjoy college sports and where he sees the NCAA in 10 years.
Director of Enterprise Bradley Saacks brought on UNC history Matthew Andrews for the third episode of Fair Game to talk about amateurism and how the NCAA came to be the organization it is today.
In the first episode of Fair Game, Director of Enterprise Bradley Saacks sat down with former N.C. Supreme Court Justice and current UNC School of Law professor Robert Orr to talk about the status of his suit against the University and the NCAA, if he can still enjoy college sports and where he sees the NCAA in 10 years.
The UNC Board of Trustees met for a nearly four hours Wednesday, holding meetings for four different committees.