Authorities charge 3 Purdue students in grade-tampering case

06/17/2013 | Journal and Courier (Lafayette, Ind.)

Three Purdue University students are accused of improperly accessing professors' computer accounts and giving themselves higher grades. They face a range of felony and misdemeanor charges, with allegations against one student beginning with alleged incidents from 2008. "This was no outside attack. This was ... students who were very smart, who decided to take their knowledge and their wisdom and used it for things they shouldn't have used it for," said Purdue Police Chief John Cox.

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