NEW YORK – Since news broke that African and Afro-American Studies Department Chair Julius Nyang’oro was holding fraudulent classes at UNC, everyone has wanted to hear his side of the story, but he’s been silent.
On January 7, Nyang’oro will be back in court after his first appearance in which he was also silent–not even entering a plea.
Sarah Lyall is a writer-at-large at the New York Times. On New Year’s Eve, she wrote an article ‘A’s for Athletes, but Charges of Fraud at North Carolina‘ in which she revisited the topic of AFAM and Nyang’oro.
Thursday on the WCHL Morning News, Lyall spoke with WCHL’s Ran Northam about the article and the case itself.
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