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Man asks if it'd be wrong to have sister's scholarship revoked due to plagiarism.

Man asks if it'd be wrong to have sister's scholarship revoked due to plagiarism.

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College is out-of-control expensive in the US, so you'd normally be happy when your sibling gets a full ride.

But what if that sibling stole an essay of your own in order to get the scholarship?

One man has found that his sister passed off his essay as her own in order to get a college scholarship. He wants to expose her wrongdoing, but he doesn't want to hurt his family's finances. So he's asking the people of Reddit what to do.

He says he loves writing and does it a lot:

I (21m) have been an avid writer my entire life. I have written three full length novels that I'm almost perpetually reworking and a book of short stories all set within the same universe. I've been working on this universe and the characters within it since I was 13 and it is all very personal to me.

He just found out his sister won a scholarship:

This week, I found out that my younger sister (17f) won a massive scholarship by submitting one of my short stories. I would have been upset regardless of which story she'd taken, but she happened to pick one based around my experience feeling othered because of my autism.

Sources: Reddit
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