The admissions scandal has raised some questions about the students who benefitted from the bribes and cheating. An article in Forbes this weekend suggested that some conversations need to be had, concerning the future of the students. Some points raised include: 1. How far along in their programs of study should the students be in order to get a pass? Or, should they be expelled and all grades and credits canceled? 2. OK, what about a manager in the workforce who is discovered to have benefitted from a bribery scheme? If his or her degree is revoked, what does this mean, legally, for a job obtained with an unfactual CV? 3. OK, here's the one that caught my attention: professional and licensed jobs such as attorney, medical doctor, pharmacist, nurse, etc. Revoke their academic degrees and professional licenses? For me, the moral dimensions of cheating by the elites (a few months ago, I would not have used the word) are great. Opposite this feeling, I wonder how in the heck such "de-commissioning" of the briber could be carried out? Sure would hate to see them squirm out of this, as they seem to do whenever the walls start to close in.