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Troubled Harvard President Claudine Gay accused of at least 40 more instances of plagiarism as scandal over antisemitism on campus continues

Harvard U’ s Claudine Gay is once more back in the news. According to reports, at least 40 alleged instances of plagiarism have now emerged against Gay who previously denied the last one just last week.

According to reports, the President of Harvard has once again been accused of pilfering the work of others with (“not as much as crediting them”) or even attributing them at all. Some of those works according to numerous reports range from essays to books to actual academic journals.

According to the New York Times, some of those authors and other folks have responded to reports that Gay lifted their work without even acknowledging them. Plagiarism claims against Gay first surfaced after her widely panned Congressional interview about on-campus hate towards Jewish people at Harvard.

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