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Bain & Co. collaborating with UNC administrators

In the freshly painted Franklin Street offices of Carolina Counts, three consultants are crunching data on UNC’s operations. Their mission: spend January and February there to try and save UNC millions of dollars that can be rerouted to education and research.

Jordan Whichard was asked to help review UNC’s Greek system. DTH file
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Greeks prepare for upcoming review

Though members of the Greek community said they are happy to have the input of a new special adviser on Greek life, they said they expect him to find that fraternities and sororities are already working to improve aspects of the community such as recruiting and self-governance.

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UNC taps new Greek consultant

A new administrative review of the Greek system will be overseen by Jordan Whichard, a UNC alumnus and fraternity member. In his new role as special adviser on Greek affairs, Whichard will examine UNC administration’s interaction with fraternities and sororities, as well as develop a report for the Board of Trustees. The position is not paid.

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Smith inquiry completed

After nearly three months, the State Bureau of Investigation has completed its inquiry into the officer who killed junior Courtland Smith on Aug. 23.The state investigation, completed Nov. 16, was turned over to the Randolph County district attorney, who is responsible for determining if any legal action will be taken against Archdale Police Officer Jeremy Paul Flinchum.

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Chancellor Thorp ready to act on tuition

The tuition increase proposal Chancellor Holden Thorp will put before the Board of Trustees’ audit and finance committee today is the least costly of two options — for both the students and the school.It holds increases for in-state students to the state’s prescribed $200 limit and raises out-of-state students’ tuition a corresponding percentage, a total of $1,126.68.

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