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These are the educational values of The Left; the ends always justifies the means. Bravo, Harvard! Bravo!
As the NY Times reported last year, for decades, Harvard has had a long-standing history of looking the other way at cheating, giving the big lie to the school's purported motto, "Veritas." As this story shows, Harvard's biggest concern wasn't that the cheating took place, but that the students (and the school) got caught.
If they used their school e-mail for non-school items then their school/business can be searched...like it or not. Most companies have told you that can happen.
Hmmmm so what does it mean if you graduate form an Ivy League school?
This is NO BIG news.... Any employer, can search any employee's work e-mails.... Higher education (no pun intended) is NOT immune to searches.... Duh!!!
Cheating on a take-home test??? I would be amazed if students didn't share answers on a take-home test.
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