A published report says logs of former first lady Mary Easley's everyday activities show she rarely spent a full day on the campus where she held a job she is now fighting to regain.
The News & Observer of Raleigh reported Sunday that newly discovered time-stamped records indicate Easley was on the North Carolina State University campus for an average of about three days a week during the months she was working full-time.
The records also show her doing other things during workdays, such as running errands.
The university's chancellor, provost and chairman of its board of trustees have stepped down. Easley was fired from her job after details became public about her hiring -- and an 80 percent salary increase. She has filed a grievance challenging her firing.