This probably won't be going on Brian Corman's resume: The Columbia University School of General Studies' valedictorian admitted to plagiarizing part of his commencement speech from a comedy routine. Comedian Patton Oswalt, whose Physics for Poets routine from which part of the speech was lifted, said on his website that Corman "flat-out admitted his thievery, his stupidity. Good man." But Oswalt did question Corman's academic ethics, writing, "If he's willing to steal material for something as inconsequentional as a speech, how rubbery did his boundaries become when his GPA and future career were on the line? Oh well." Columbia issued an apology to the comedian, but in a final insult to injury, the apology misspelled his name. Ouch.