Overly free usage of someone else's words has ended another college presidency. Malone University, an independent institution in Canton, Ohio, announced Monday that its president, Gary Streit, had retired "in response to recent concerns about the use of unattributed materials in some of his speeches." The university's statement said that the president's decision to retire "has demonstrated to the students and public that the university's academic integrity standards apply equally to all members of the Malone community." Local news reports indicated that the review began after students noticed similarities between a January 13 address the president gave and various publications on the Internet. A spokeswoman said that the university would cease its investigation upon Streit's retirement.
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