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Widespread cheating alleged in UAlbany class

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University at Albany officials are investigating allegations of plagiarism and cheating on campus in response to a report that students have paid others to do their work in a computer science class. The Albany Student Press reported hundreds of students in Peter Ross’ Computer Applications in Business course could have cheated, citing anonymous sources. The paper reported that a student is charging people $10 for normal homework assignments and $40 for major “capstone” projects. After ...

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