May 17th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by N.C. State’s former director of academic support for athletes against the university and UNC system, alleging racial discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination. N.C. State fired Jermaine Holmes on April 9, 2015, a little more than a year after the university hired him as an associate athletics director in charge of the academic support program for athletes. Holmes filed his lawsuit last year, on the three-year anniversary of his firing. On May 2, James Dever, a federal district judge for the Eastern District of North Carolina, dismissed all six of Holmes’ claims. -Andrew Carter, newsobserver. Read More.

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