Here’s Naomi Schaefer Riley’s commentary on the recent headlines about the current state of academic integrity at Harvard, where as many as 125 students are under investigation for cheating in a course entitled “Introduction to Congress.” In addition to what Riley points out, at work here is probably a conception of truth which, in the late neopragmatist philosopher Richard Rorty’s view is nothing more than “what our peers will let us get away with saying.” Many students think there just are no real consequences, partly because their parents didn’t give them real responsibility at home and didn’t allow them to fail. As a result, they learned growing up that they could get away with almost anything. What will Harvard let them get away with?