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New Clause in Stanford Honor Code Baffles Students

April 13, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on New Clause in Stanford Honor Code Baffles Students
New Clause in Stanford Honor Code Baffles Students

Following a rash of suspected cheating in introductory classes during winter quarter, the Stanford Office of Community Standards released an updated honor code last week in an effort to be more explicit about the standards of integrity between students and faculty.  The new code was released to a generally favorable […]

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Student Uses Time Machine to Alter Winter Quarter Grades

April 8, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Student Uses Time Machine to Alter Winter Quarter Grades
Student Uses Time Machine to Alter Winter Quarter Grades

Physics major Chad Longsdell, ’15, is facing an Honor Code violation as a result of using a time machine to salvage his originally-awful winter quarter finals. Officials have accused Longsdell of travelling back to the end of Winter Quarter, finding his past self and giving his past self the answers […]

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Student Breaks Honor Code, Discovers Secret Message

November 30, 2009 4:52 pm0 comments
Student Breaks Honor Code, Discovers Secret Message

STANFORD, CA—Last week, Jay de la Torre, Vice President of the ASSU, left office after breaking the Honor Code in CS 106A. But while The Stanford Daily and the rest of the mainstream liberal media on campus have depicted de la Torre as a cheater, they are missing the real […]

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The Flipside Juice: How CS106A Feels About Being Cheated On

November 16, 2009 9:01 pm0 comments
The Flipside Juice: How CS106A Feels About Being Cheated On
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Politician Resigns For Mistake in Past

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Politician Resigns For Mistake in Past
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Google StreetView Catches Student Breaking The Honor Code

January 11, 2009 2:26 pm0 comments
Google StreetView Catches Student Breaking The Honor Code

By Rory Sampson STANFORD, CA—With new technology comes new consequences, as junior student Allie Speigel found out the hard way. Google’s new StreetView technology, which allows users to see images at street level, caught the junior Speigel violating the Stanford Honor Code. The close up pictures and the zoom feature […]

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