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Study finds greater cheating in B-schools
DON'T STEP ON THE 'M'
Two studies conducted by HARVARD STUDENT PROTEST
Rutgers University Prof. Donald POTENTIAL LAYOFFS
McCabe found business school
students cheat more than students Last week, more than 150 Har-
enrolled in other schools, The vard students, staff and union
Hoya at Georgetown University workers congregated outside
reported. Harvard's Labor and Employee
Results from the first survey of Relations Department to protest
54 universities in the United States potential layoffs due to Harvard's
and Canada from 2002 to 2004 budget reductions, The Harvard
found business school graduate Crimson reported.
students cheat more than graduate While no Harvard staff mem-
students studying different sub- hers have been letgo yet, The Crim-
jects. McCabe's second study sur- son reported that union workers
veyed undergraduates from 2002 led protesters in confrontational
to 2008, and the results showed chants of "They say lay off we say
similar findings. back off" and "Hey Harvard, you've
"I hate to say (business school got cash, why do you treat your
students cheat more) because I workers like trash?"
teach business students, but I Harvard administrators estimate
think it's something about the the endowment for the university
kind of people who are attracted will decrease 30 percent by the end
to that kind of field," McCabe of the fiscal year. The university's
told The Hoya. "There's a bigger budget cuts have also initiated the
reward for the risk for business development of early retirement
students." packages, which are reportedly
available to 1,600 staff members.
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA
ACCUSED OF ANIMAL ABUSE
ABC News aired a report last
Wednesday accusing the New Iberia
Research Center at the University of
Louisiana at Lafayette of mistreat-
ing chimpanzees, The Chronicle of
Higher Education reported.
During nine months of under-
cover investigations by ABC News,
The Humane Society video recorded
staff members forcing chimpanzees
to take medicine and knocking the
teeth of stubborn animals.
The United States Department of
Agriculture said ina statement that
they found no abuse of primates
during a federal inspection of the
center on Jan. 27, yet they will start
a new investigation as a result of
the Humane Society's claims.
- STEPHANIE STEINBERG
Letters to the Editor
Officehours u.-Thuors. 11a.m. - 2a..
From front to back Hillary Newman, a junior, Seth Buchs-
baum, a sophomore, and Alistar Hayden, a sophomore, per-
form on the Diag to promote an Irish dance concert on Friday.
Student's bicycle Skateboarders
stolen outside of scram after being
South Quad scolded by cops
CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
WHERE: South Quadrangle
WHEN: Friday at about 10:15
WHAT: An male student
reported his bicycle was stolen
outside South Quad, Univer-
sity Police reported. There are
WHERE: Parking lot SC-33
WHEN: Saturday at about 1:36
WHAT: Six skateboard-
ers were told to stop skate-
boarding outside the Tennis
Building, University Police
reported. The skateboarders
WHAT: Detroit native Pat
O'Malley will display his pho-
tos that have been featured in
the Detroit Institute of Arts.
WHO: University of Michigan
WHEN: Today from 8a.m. to
WHERE: Cancer Center, level
1 east side
WHAT: Former direc-
tor of education research,
evaluation and statistics will
discuss headinga research
agency for President Bush.
WHO: Center for Local, State
and Urban Policy
WHEN: Today from 4 p.m. to
WHERE: Weill Hall, O'Neill
WHAT: Reginald Gibbons,
finalist for the 2008 National
Book Award, will be reading
as a part of the Zell Visiting
WHO: Department of Eng-
lish Language and Literature
WHEN: Tonight from 5 p.m.
to 6 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham Graduate
WHAT: Glassblowers from
the College of Creative Stud-
ins will present their work
thathasbeen shown through-
out the world.
WHO: University of Michigan
WHEN: Today from 8 a.m. to
WHERE: University Hospital
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The International Union
for Conservation of Nature
said two-thirds of the
world's population will suf-
fer from water shortages by
2025, UPLcom reported. More
than 25,000 policy makers and
international policy makers
and conservationists will meet
this month in Istanbul, Turkey
to discuss the water scarcity.
Grants provides up to
$4,000 to eligible stu-
dents. On Tuesday, Gov. Jen-
nifer Granholm called for
an increase in funds for the
program by $59.5 million.
>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4A
An albino bottlenose dol-
phin was discovered in
Lake Cacasieu in Louisi-
ana, guardian.co.uk reported.
The dolphin has been spotted
swimming with four other
dolphins and appears to be
healthy despite its rare inher-
ited skin color.
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Large rug stolen Hospital worker
from unattended hoards keys
loading dock WHERE: University Hospital
WHERE: East Quadrangle
WHEN: Saturday at about
WHAT: A six-by-five foot oval
rug was stolen from a loading .
dock, University Police report-
ed. The rug's estimated value
WHEN: Saturday at about
WHAT: A former University
Hospital employee refused
to return his keys after leav-
ing his job, University Police
reported. Hospital adminis-
tration will contact the person
for the keys.,
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