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    CUNY LaGuardia faces sex scandal: The cost of a good grade

    Professors demanding that their students have inappropriate relationships with them in exchange for good grades has become an alarming recent trend across the CUNY system. Earlier this year, professors at CUNY John Jay College were ousted and arrested after allegedly involving their female students in a drug-and-prostitution ring. Now, it seems a similar problem is brewing at CUNY LaGuardia Community College.   A female student in her 40s, who asked to be referred to as Jane Doe for fear of her safety being compromised, came forward with charges pressed against her Human Anatomy professor, Hany Fam, at a federal court in Brooklyn.   In her lawsuit, she accused Hany Fam…

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    John Jay Scandal Emphasizes Importance of SPARC Training

    Professors at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice sparked a scandal when they were ironically exposed for their illegal involvement in drug-and-prostitution activities this past September. The allegations, made by two former female students at the college, were brought straight to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and the state Inspector General, according to “The Post.”   Many are questioning why the college had waited so long before coming to law enforcement with these allegations, despite knowing since May 2018. “The New York Times” reported in mid-August 2018, that security staff of the college had discovered “significant quantities of drugs and drug paraphernalia during the internal inquiry, but they did…