Some parents allegedly photoshopped their kids' faces onto pictures of real athletes to get them into elite schools.
"We didn't really need to cheat, because we already had 3.9 GPAs."
It would take weeks of defensive public statements, private battles, Reddit threads, and hostile exchanges with a reporter before the truth came out.
Yes, that's right: Trump allegedly whacked his ball into a pond, then decided to claim another guy's shot as his own.
Anand Giridharadas explains how alleged payoffs to test takers and athletic coaches are part of a larger ecosystem of elite hypocrisy.
"Watching Mad Men somehow made it feel OK – in a really weird, like, romanticised way."
"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."
An advice column, for men.
"No matter how far into the woods he hits the ball, it's in the middle of the fairway when we get there."
A viral video in Indonesia raises important questions about our society's reluctance to address the role of men in cheating scandals.
Trevor Graves now faces up to 20 years in prison for allegedly using keylogging devices to steal his teachers' tests and passwords.