I wholeheartedly support criticizing our government in order to improve it. But there's no point in slinging lies and inaccurate data around. Please consider the fact that Zubeck cited data that, with only 16 cadets surveyed for every graduating class out of over 1,000 people per year, this data is unreliable.
Take this as evidence of Zubeck's bias and unreliability.
I'm sorry, but this is sensationalist journalism.
How can we consider a policy in which a cadet can undergo months of rehabilitation and counseling or be kicked out for not reporting a friend who violated the honor code (which includes anything from cheating on a test to having a friend edit a paper and not listing their name at the end) to not be "a strong stance on honesty"?
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