University of Missouri Responding to More Allegations From Former Tutor
More charges of academic dishonesty will be released by a former tutor at the University of Missouri and the school is responding.
In 2016 Yolanda Kumar made claims that she knowingly participated in academic dishonesty at the University, yesterday (Monday) Kumar says she will release a full list of students, classes and coordinators along with new allegations this Wednesday night on Twitter.
Mizzou Athletics released a statement yesterday (Monday) stating since November of 2016 when the University of Missouri began its comprehensive review of the allegations, it has worked in step with the NCAA and outside counsel to thoroughly investigate these serious charges.
The statement went on to say in order to protect the investigation’s integrity we are unable to comment further until it is completed.
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