Adam Wheeler is now famous as the student who faked his way into Harvard and picked up $45,000 in financial aid along the way. (He pleaded not guilty to the charges against him on Tuesday.) But before he was a national figure, he was just another college kid looking for a job. One of the places he applied—the political magazine The New Republic—has gone ahead and made his resume public. Its claims include that he is currently writing or in contract to write six different books; that he speaks French, Old English, Classical Armenian, and Old Persian; that he has a 4.0 GPA; and that he was the first non-senior to ever win the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize from Harvard.