Delaware man who faked his way into Harvard has been sentenced to a year in prison for violating his probation by putting the university on his resume.
A Massachusetts judge has ordered a man who faked his way into Harvard University to undergo psychiatric evaluation before deciding his penalty for violating probation.
A Delaware man convicted of fraud for faking his way into Harvard could be sentenced to substantial jail time for violating his probation by citing the school on a resume.
A Delaware man convicted of fraud for faking his way into Harvard has been ordered held without bail after admitting he violated his probation by citing Harvard on a job resume.
The resume and other application materials a Delaware man used to dupe Harvard University into admitting him was rife with inconsistencies overlooked by the Ivy League college’s admissions staff.
A 24-year-old Delaware man has admitted to faking his way into Harvard University and has been ordered to repay more than $45,000 in financial aid he received.