‘We make your papers go away’: Website has unemployed profs writing students’ essays
Montreal — As an associate dean of academic services, Catherine Bolton spends a lot of time studying, lamenting and worrying about cheating in universities, but a Montreal-based online service that propels the activity to a new level made even her wince.
The website unemployedprofessors.com has teachers writing papers for students.
“So you can play while we make your papers go away” is its tag line.
“The idea that it could be legitimate for any professor to sell their brain, when they know better than anyone that papers are assigned for students to learn,” said Ms. Bolton of the faculty of arts and sciences at Concordia University.