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Termed by the Yale News as "a current problem at Yale College," cheating in examinations was recently discussed in an open forum of undergraduates under the auspices of the newly formed Student Advisory Committee.
Stricter Faculty supervision or the institution of a student-administered honor system were suggested as possible remedies by William P. Bundy, who delivered the principal address at the meeting.
"Gyp The Gypers"
Attempting to wipe out cheating at the University an investigating organization of students has been started under the title of GTG, Gyp the Gypers, according to the News.
One of the victims of the terroristic movement told the News, "The guys came into my room and served me with a summons and told me that I ought not to bring out a handkerchief so much during ten-minute papers. It was giving me a bad name with the organization."
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