American colleges received a black eye in the fallout of the October 7th attacks. Numerous student groups and faculty members, across many schools, condemned Israel.
Top university professors received intense criticism, including Harvard President Claudine Gay.
Harvard stood by their president, despite her refusal to condemn anti-Semitism and other allegations. But now, more trouble is headed her way—and it might be too much for the school to ignore.
From Daily Caller:
More allegations of plagiarism against Harvard President Claudine Gay emerged Tuesday in a complaint filed with the university…
…the university’s highest governing board, admitted on Dec. 12 that they had known of the plagiarism accusations since late October…
The complaint lists 39 examples of plagiarism with over 40 specific instances of alleged plagiarism.
After being outed for plagiarizing, critics are now revealing that Harvard President Claudine Gay has allegedly plagiarized even more. Reports are coming from numerous sources that the academic had frequently stolen from other authors in her papers.
The school had admitted it knew about some of the accounts of plagiarism since “late October.” Plagiarism is a serious offense in the academic world. Professors and Ph.D. holders build their careers on their papers. To take content from others—without crediting them—is tantamount to theft.
People were shocked that the school apparently did nothing about Gay’s plagiarism. Now, more accusations are mounting, which could further discredit Gay’s work and contributions to the academic community.
The school itself has high standards, stating that plagiarism is “taken extremely seriously.” Yet how can students take that warning seriously, if the school does not appear to care that its president has plagiarized?
Some have claimed that “two-thirds” of Gay’s work has been taken from others. That accusation will have to be verified by the school board. But if they do nothing, no doubt Harvard will suffer one of its worst embarrassments yet.
- Harvard President Claudine Gay has been accused of more plagiarism.
- The new complaint lists 39 examples of plagiarism in her written works.
- This comes after Gay was criticized for her refusal to condemn anti-Semitism on campus.
Source: Daily Caller