As the roughly 125 students under investigation for cheating in last spring’s class Government 1310 come back to Harvard for a semester in which they may learn they have been suspended from the University for cheating, the varsity athletes implicated in the scandal must deal with an additional layer of concerns.
Many in the class, “Introduction to Congress,” were athletes—one student accused of cheating in the course, a member of the Class of 2012 who was granted anonymity by The Crimson because he said he feared repercussions from Harvard for discussing the case, estimated that more than half the class played varsity sports.
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•The 2012 Ivy League football e-guide is available here.