I know you have love for the Alma Mater. I respect Chapel Hill. Everyone says it's a beautiful campus, know the education is quality. My sis-in-law went there for post-grad.
But no, this isn't like toilet paper on the shoe. This wasn't some made-up witch hunt. This was a failure up and down the University.
You shouldn't be mad at those who were 'persecuting' you, or feel like the school is vindicated. You should be mad at the failure of leadership that had to have existed.
By "toilet paper on the shoe," I mean that it'll go away with no ill after-effects.
I'm not gonna act like I'm not biased, but I don't feel any sort of vindication, other than it was pretty clear that this wasn't going to stick from an NCAA POV. In addition, I'm not mad at anyone. What I'm saying is that, ultimately (and I think I said this previously), it's not going to change the perception of people that graduated from the school for educational purposes, or the perception of the people who want to apply...and even if it did, it'd be a very small amount. If this was proven to happen at University X, and I was interviewing someone from there, I wouldn't think less of them than I had before the investigation. I'd throw some jokes at them, but really...that's it.