Charisma is a crucial component of a politician's appeal to voters. But there's more than one way to inspire confidence.
A recent cheating scandal at Harvard University got Colin Diver thinking — and writing, in the Boston Globe.
Diver, a former president of Reed College, writes in an opinion piece that to prevent cheating, schools shouldn’t focus on policing students.
Rather, they should create a culture of academic honor that holds students and faculty accountable to one another and decreases emphasis on grades.