Debate Over Firings at UNC Greensboro

October 7, 2014

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro last week fired three employees who were subsequently arrested and charged with felonies, unsettling the campus, The Greensboro News-Record reported. The three longtime employees worked in the photography department and are charged with using university equipment and time to run a freelance photography business. Some on campus are questioning whether the university and local authorities overreacted. The university says it had no choice but to act when it found out about the freelance work being done, it says, on university time.

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