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A warning for plagiarists, in Historiann Link

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Journalism and scholarship, in Journalist's Resource Link

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Exhaustion and happiness, in Dreams and Hopes of a (Former Postdoc) Scientist Link

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Occupy Harvard and the student press, in Ph.D. Octopus Link

Why students and professors shouldn't have sex, in Jezebel Link

Defining an "academic parasite," in Female Science Professor Link

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