BOSTON (AP) - Harvard President Drew Faust says the cheating scandal at the school is not just about athletes.
Harvard announced last month that as many as 125 students in a single course are being investigated for sharing answers or plagiarizing their results on an open-book, take-home final exam. Privacy laws prevent the school from identifying any of the students. But published reports this week identified some of them as athletes, including the co-captains of the men's basketball team.
In her first media interview since the scandal, Faust told The Associated Press, ``This is not about any one student group.''
Harvard is one of the top academic institutions in the world. It's also been improving in sports, winning the Ivy League title in football last year and reaching the NCAA men's basketball tournament for the first time since 1946.

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