Ryerson Facebook flap forces students to abandon homework and use the site for the waste of time it was originally meant to be

So first-year computer engineering student Chris Avenir, who created an online group to cheat (er, discuss school assignments) with his fellow classmates, didn’t get expelled after all, forcing legions of “Save Chris” Facebook group creators to hastily scrap their plans and Avenir to add an integrity course to his curriculum (Lesson No. 1: First year engineering is for getting pie-faced at keg parties, nerd). Now we can all go back to conducting more high-value activities on the social networking site. Like playing Scrabulous.

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