After months of tabling her dossier and a three-hour closed-door meeting Wednesday, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Board of Trustees approved tenure for journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones. The vote, which happened in public, was 9 to 4.
News that the board refused to vote on Hannah-Jones’s tenure case has rocked the North Carolina campus since May. The board has faced criticism from faculty members, students and alumni for its handling of the case, and...
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