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How Has Hybrid Learning Played Part in Academic Dishonesty

Kate Rekas, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

Since school has gone from hybrid to remote, and back and forth seemingly a million times, both students and teachers have been thrown a curveball. After nearly a year of adjusting to hybrid and remote...

Frederick Leow ‘22, Yeukai Zimbwa ‘20, and Kelly Dayton ‘22 work together in the Photography room on a layout for FLASH.

A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE EDITORS: Restructuring Policies Paramount to Clarification

Lack of clarity leaves abundant room for confusion, errors
Drew Rosenblum , Co-Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2019

While there are many different mechanisms for discipline at Blake, perhaps the most well known is the community judiciary board or CJB. The eight-member committee hears cases on a variety of issues, a...

Associate Director Paul Menge considers ways to curb the recent spike in academic honesty infractions.

Defeating Cheating May Not Be That Easy

A spike in academic honesty calls for administrative action–and a look into student lives
Jack Barker, Staff Writer March 10, 2016

Origins of the Problem At the beginning of each year, students sign a pledge that lays out clear guidelines for academic honesty. Students must “acknowledge that if there is any uncertainty about whether...

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