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01/03/2011 08:04 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Class Decides Whether To Donate Professor's Kidney

Most college students write papers and read academic journals as class assignments. But how often does 5 percent of a final grade depend on deciding the fate of the professor's internal organs?

Professor Michael Taber of St. Mary's College of Maryland asked the students in his Altruism and Egoism class to decide whether he should donate a kidney.

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