cheating

Scam Academy

These Engineering Students Built a Special Pen Just for Cheating on Tests

"We didn't really need to cheat, because we already had 3.9 GPAs."
Anonymous
6.17.19
Games Features

The Speedrunner Who Wasn’t: How a Community Dealt with an Elaborate Cheater

It would take weeks of defensive public statements, private battles, Reddit threads, and hostile exchanges with a reporter before the truth came out.
Patrick Klepek
5.30.19
entertainment

This Story of Trump Stealing a Guy's Ball to Cheat at Golf Is Fully Mad

Yes, that's right: Trump allegedly whacked his ball into a pond, then decided to claim another guy's shot as his own.
River Donaghey
5.13.19
Late Capitalism

The College Bribery Scam Reveals How Rich People Use 'Charity' to Cheat

Anand Giridharadas explains how alleged payoffs to test takers and athletic coaches are part of a larger ecosystem of elite hypocrisy.
Ankita Rao
3.13.19
cheating

Question of the Day: Is Cheating Really That Bad?

"Watching Mad Men somehow made it feel OK – in a really weird, like, romanticised way."
Laura Roscioli
11.29.18
Sex

Stories of Cuckolding Gone Very, Very Wrong

Sometimes fantasies are best left to YouPorn.
Richard Greenhill
4.6.18
relationships

Yes, It Is Possible to Cheat in Poly Relationships

"I don't need to know every detail, but if it's big enough to lie about it, then it probably shouldn't be happening."
Allison Tierney
3.21.18
I'm a Woman, AMA

Is Cheating Misogynistic?

An advice column, for men.
Megan Nolan
3.13.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

One of Trump's Longtime Golf Buddies Says He 'Cheats Like Hell'

"No matter how far into the woods he hits the ball, it's in the middle of the fairway when we get there."
Drew Schwartz
1.31.18
cheating

Why Don't We Blame Men for Their Extramarital Affairs?

A viral video in Indonesia raises important questions about our society's reluctance to address the role of men in cheating scandals.
Katyusha Methanisa
11.24.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

College Kid Changed His Grades 90 Times with a High-Tech Hack, FBI Says

Trevor Graves now faces up to 20 years in prison for allegedly using keylogging devices to steal his teachers' tests and passwords.
Louise Matsakis
11.7.17
infidelity

Why and How I've Cheated On Every Person I've Ever Dated

A confession.
Aniah
11.6.17
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