To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
As a former Radcliffe student, I was truly shocked by the article printed in last Thursday's CRIMSON recounting the story of Ward Warren and Termpapers Unlimited. Ten years ago when I was in college. I think I remember having heard of term paper services, but I had no idea they were so ubiquit?us and were granted such casual acceptance by the university community. The idea of such a service is offensive to me beyond words. As a former teacher, and now as an ed?ter, the very existence of such a service to me seems disgusting and immoral. Ward Warren the President of Termpapers Unlimited, may be operating under the mistaken motion that he is not doing anything wrong, but in fact, he is encouraging students to give into their walk weak impulses. . . .