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NEWS FOR FACULTY
Unfortunately, students are not the only persons plagiarizing today. This section
contains some articles on the state of plagiarism among current historians, authors, and faculty.
Arenson, K. W. (2002, February 22). SUNY classics professor is accused of plagiarism. New
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text, 285 contain obvious plagiarisms . . ." from Bruce's work. Mackay also plagiarized from other biographies
of Bell, but those authors are deceased. Not so with Bruce!
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