Phi Beta Cons

A Candidate for Guiness Book of World Records?

In this Chronicle of Higher Education story, we read about Mustapha Marrouchi, professor of postcolonial literature at UNLV. His claim to fame? Plagiarism; lots of it over a span of several decades. He gets caught at it, apologizes, and then does it again.

With all the time that professors have for their research and writing, you might think that this fellow could at least come up with his own words.

George Leef — George Leef is the director of research for the John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy.

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