When word of a cheating scandal leaked out from the University of Virginia, it shook the very basis on which the institution stood. The honor code, one of the pillars of the University's ethics, had been crushed. And what's more, it wasn't even done by a handful of students. In one class alone, 158 papers turned in were all plagiarized, mostly from the works of previous students. This story investigates how the honor system has changed, and if it even still exists.
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