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October 12, 1989
Harold Hopfenberg was named interim athletic director at North Carolina State, replacing basketball coach Jim Valvano, who was ordered to resign the position following an investigation of academic improprieties.
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October 12, 1989
Harold Hopfenberg was named interim athletic director at North Carolina State, replacing basketball coach Jim Valvano, who was ordered to resign the position following an investigation of academic improprieties.
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August 8, 1988 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Studies purporting to show that the Earth's atmosphere contained 50% more oxygen during the time of the dinosaurs are wrong, researchers reported last week. The original claim was made by researchers from Yale University and the U.S. Geological Survey, who analyzed air that they said had been trapped in amber--yellow-colored, fossilized resin from trees--some 80 million years ago.
SPORTS
May 30, 1990
North Carolina State has been ordered to repay $365,180 to the NCAA because Charles Shackleford, a former Wolfpack basketball player, accepted money while playing for the school. The amount of the repayment is 90% of N.C. State's net earnings from the 1987 and 1988 NCAA tournaments, played during Shackleford's sophomore and junior years. Repayment to the NCAA will come from money raised by the athletic department, such as revenue from ticket sales and television contracts, said Harold B.
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April 20, 1990 | From Associated Press
Connecticut Athletic Director Todd Turner today was named athletic director at North Carolina State, the first permanent athletics chief the school has had since Jim Valvano dropped the title last year. Turner said Valvano's dismissal as basketball coach earlier this month played a role in his decision to take the job. "The fact that the university stood up and made a decision about the future of the program was a factor in my decision," he said.
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November 19, 1989 | DON MARKUS, BALTIMORE SUN
The exhibition game was over, and as the members of the North Carolina State basketball team filed back into their dressing room at Reynolds Coliseum, they seemed to know what was coming. Another round of questions, the kind of full-court press they are tired of seeing -- and reading about the next day. For the last 10 months, head coach Jim Valvano and his program have been under suspicion, and under siege.
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