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Sunday, March 16, 2008

This couldn't happen here, could it?

Posted By on Sun, Mar 16, 2008 at 7:23 PM

The Ann Arbor newspaper starts what appears to be a bombshell of a series on athletics at the University of Michigan, hailed as one of the greatest academic institutions among state universities.

John Hagen was, as he has been for decades, close to some of the most recognized athletes at Michigan. University records obtained by The News show that the veteran psychology professor has taught at least 294 independent studies from the fall of 2004 to the fall of 2007, and 85 percent of those courses, 251, were with athletes.

 

Michigan officials said Hagen taught additional independent studies in that period, however, they refused to disclose the number of athletes who were part of that group.

 

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