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Athletics Driven Or Athletics Nexus In North Carolina Academic Fraud-Ultimately It Does Not Matter

Athletic Nexus v. Athletic Driven The ongoing and lengthy academic fraud case at the University of North Carolina may mercifully be coming to an end soon. The charges of academic fraud in athletics has been a Greek tragedy at one of our most prestigious public institutions. Still, an ongoing debate about [...]
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