plagiarism

Borrowed assets: Did deans plagiarize or just repeat 'gobbledygook'?
Published on Jul 9th, 2012
154 comments In the wake of the abrupt June 10 resignation of University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan, the deans of UVA– before eventually reversing themselves and calling for reinstatement–...
Accidental plagiarism: It has a long prominent history
Published on Nov 9th, 2011
5 comments Now that the Cavalier Daily’s Honor Code issues have passed, let’s remember that privacy, plagiarism, and free speech are often in conflict in any real world, not just on the Internet or in a college...
Nevermind: UVA editor's charge dropped at trial
Published on Oct 21st, 2011
5 comments A University Judiciary Committee ruled it did not have jurisdiction over the Cavalier Daily October 18 after it heard the alleged breach of Honor Code confidentiality trial against editor-in-chief...
Confidentiality or censorship? Cav Daily slapped with conduct charges
Published on Sep 26th, 2011
10 comments When the members of the managing board of the Cavalier Daily discovered they had a plagiarist on staff, they turned the offending writer over to the Honor Committee– and published an...
Copy, paste: Jaquith catches best-selling plagiarist
Published on Jul 2nd, 2009
6 comments Blogger and digital plagiarism watchdog Waldo Jaquith. FILE PHOTO BY HOOK STAFF Put a blog in Waldo Jaquith's hands, even a literary magazine's blog, and there's no telling what can happen. Last...
You gotta be crazy! Cheating students plead insanity
Published on May 8th, 2003
0 comments An insanity defense is nothing new for criminals, and now it seems to be working for some UVA cheaters. UVA physics professor Louis Bloomfield made national headlines in May 2001 when he brought...
Copycat? Another UVA prof endured scandal
Published on May 8th, 2003
0 comments Earlier this academic year, another UVA professor became ensnared in a plagiarism debate of her own. In November, The History News Network, a George Mason University-affiliated news site, ran a...
Cheater? Local author charges Professor Edlich
Published on May 8th, 2003
0 comments Tales of plagiarism are all the same. Mid-article, mid-book, mid-paper, or mid-sentence, something goes wrong: A writer– overcome by forgetfulness, laziness, or sheer dishonesty– lifts a...
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