Student who conned his way into Harvard says sorry
Adam Wheeler with his lawyer Steven Susman at court in Woburn, Massachusetts. Photograph: Wendy Maeda/AP In the end, Adam Wheeler, a 24-year-old who conned his way into Harvard and benefited from more than $40,000 in grants and prizes, flew too close to the sun.
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#1 Dec 19, 2010
yes/no come to class.
admit/no admit to class.
all college does is sell Admit ticket to class.
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All paid for by public tax-money..knowledge belongs to the world....
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