Freshman Survey Part III: Classes, Clubs, and Concussions | News | The Harvard Crimson
It can be so difficult to get past deeply held beliefs that wealthy people get where they are because of hard work while poor and working class people have simply not earned economic security.
Yet many of Harvard’s class of 2017 admit to cheating.
“Ten percent of respondents admitted to having cheated on an exam, and 17 percent said they had cheated on a paper or a take-home assignment. An even greater percentage—42 percent—admitted to cheating on a homework assignment or problem set.”
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