Harvard University. Maybe you've heard of it. That New England party school with almost no academic standards and a win-at-all costs athletic department. You know, the one the Massholes are reduced to attending when they miss the application deadline for Fitchburg State. The go-to option for those who don't want to be saddled with mountains of debt for the privilege of obtaining a degree that says Bridgewater on it. Yep. That Harvard. You would have gone there if you absolutely had to. I'll bet it was your safety school.
A couple of weeks back, Harvard announced that it was investigating whether as many as 125 undergrads "committed acts of academic dishonesty" during a spring 2012 "Introduction to Congress" course, which just sounds so much like a Harvard-y blowoff class. The world yawned because, well, it's Harvard, and it's what we've come to expect from a diploma mill like that. We also knew it was only a matter of time before the Crimson's renegade sports programs were somehow connected to all this, too.