A YouTuber Scammed His Way Onto a Food Delivery Site With Microwaved Meals
After Josh Pieters got the fake restaurant "The Italian Stallion" onto Deliveroo, his microwaved meals were actually delivered to customers.
Court Documents Reveal How Affirmative Action for the 1% Really Works
Scandalous new details about the University of Southern California's admission process came out as part of the ongoing 'Varsity Blues' trial.
I Manipulated Lonely Teachers to Steal Tests in High School
I got the idea when I was working at a movie theater.
WeWork Celebrates Losing $1.6 Billion by Going Public
Losing money is what hot tech startups do best.
I Took My Mom's Online Nursing Courses for Her
She needed sleep—and more hours at her day job to help me get through my own school.
I'm a College Professor Who Faked Dissertation Data on the Side
It was a good gig for a while, to be quite honest.
I Work at a School That Passes Kids No Matter What
It took me a while to figure out I had taken a job at a diploma factory.
'Hustlers' Is the Modern Day Robin Hood We Need
The first trailer for the new movie starring Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, and Lizzo just dropped, and we are living for it.
I Got Paid to Improve Rich Kids' Personalities on Their College Applications
I agreed to do something that seemed a little bit sketch but ultimately legal so I wouldn't have to take out loans. It turned out to be a very fine line.
I Help People Cheat Their Way to Getting PhDs
I've written dozens of papers, including dissertations, for people with fancy titles in prestigious fields.
The Athletes I Tutor Are Not Very Smart, So I Do Their Work Without Telling Them
I'm a pro motorcycle racer, and this is my side hustle.
It Was Surprisingly Easy to Cheat in Bible Class at Karen Pence's School
I would still consider myself religious, but I just felt it was unrealistic to expect me to memorize Bible verses at age 12.