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We've got our first report of plagiarizing wunderkind Kaavya Viswanathan's return to Harvard:

This won't fit on the Gawker Stalker map, but I just literally ran into Kaava Viswanathan in Harvard's Barker Center. She was walking and speaking with an elderly English professor. After a predictably brief examination of conscience, I stopped dead in my tracks and shamlessly eavesdropped on the conversation. She seemed understandably shaken, even on the verge of tears. An interesting tidbit though. She explained to the prof how for the first 4 months of the writing process, she "hated Opal" and that the "writing never came naturally" to her. Apparently, she didn't even like the book she so blatantly resorted to plagiarism to create!

Well, that's a rock-solid excuse if we've ever heard one. Have a heart, Harvard!

Earlier: Gawker's Coverage of Kaavya Viswanathan