Wednesday, October 9, 2002

Grade tampering hits Christian college

Gardner-Webb University has been embroiled in controversy ever since the school's president admitted he wrote a memo two years ago ordering a star basketball player's GPA to be calculated without an F he received for cheating -- in, of all things, a religion class. Without the change, Carlos Webb would have been ineligible in 2000-01, the season Gardner-Webb won the National Christian College Athletic Association championship. The school's trustees affirmed Christopher White's presidency after a 10-hour meeting September 27, though they demoted a pair of administrators who had criticized White's actions.

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