UMass apologizes for grades leak

August 1996
Editor & Publisher;8/17/96, Vol. 129 Issue 33, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the University of Massachusetts' agreement to settle with all-American basketball player Marcus Camby and five teammates over the athletes' complaints that the university leaked their grades to the media. `Boston Globe's report on the total amount of settlement pay each player will receive; University's issuance of an apology statement.


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