Patrick discusses the scandal surrounding Harvard University’s president, Claudine Gay, who has been accused of plagiarism in her published works. We explore the specifics of the allegations and the ongoing fallout from this controversy, shedding light on the potential impact on Harvard’s reputation and ethical standards. Additionally, we discuss the connection between this scandal and recent testimony at a congressional hearing regarding calls for the genocide of Jews on college campuses. Tune in as we dissect this complex and compelling story, examining the implications for academic integrity and institutional accountability.
- Patrick recommends Pluggedin.com and shares what it says about the new Wonka movie
- Adam – Comment about ashes: there are some cemeteries across the country who will intern ashes for free.
- Pam – I recommend Boys in the Boat (in theaters now)! Everyone can enjoy that!
- Philomena – I’m having trouble with evil spirits and noises at night and am hoping you can recommend a book? Patrick recommends “Who’s Speaking” by Fr. Cliff Ermatinger (25:56)
- Half of Harvard President Claudine Gay’s published works now implicated in growing plagiarism scandal