Harvard President Drew Faust said Thursday that athletes should not be singled out for blame in what is believed to be the largest cheating scandal in the school's history, the Associated Press reports. Nor are they being treated any differently in the investigation, she added.

"It is not about one student group," Faust said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. "It's not confined to any one student group."

In her first interview on the subject since the school revealed that as many as 125 students in a single class may have shared answers on a final exam, Faust said the...

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