Education: Honor in North Carolina

A solemn group of students stood last fortnight in the office of President Frank Porter Graham of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A freshman had told an upperclassman and the upperclassman had told them and they were there to tell President Graham that the University's honor system had been widely, shockingly violated. Small, affable President Graham heard their story of organized cheating on examinations. Then to Rufus Adolphus ("Jack") Pool, president of the student body, and to the other solemn student leaders, he gave full authority to discover and punish...

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