A matter of honesty and integrity


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  • Sunday, 20 Apr 2003

Agrowing number of educational institutions are verifiying whether their applicants are telling the truth, reports REBECCA TROUNSOUN

ALL too aware of a spate of scandals in the corporate world, officials at the University of California, Berkeley's graduate business school are running background checks this year on all students earmarked for admission, and recently have rejected a handful for lying.  

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