Administrators at UNC-Chapel Hill say federal law trumps the state’s when it comes to shielding the names of students disciplined in campus sex-misconduct cases.
Administrators at UNC-Chapel Hill say federal law trumps the state’s when it comes to shielding the names of students disciplined in campus sex-misconduct cases. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Administrators at UNC-Chapel Hill say federal law trumps the state’s when it comes to shielding the names of students disciplined in campus sex-misconduct cases. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com