This article by Daniel E. Slotnik and Richard Perez-Pena describes how Claremont McKenna college has been inflating their SAT scores to gain higher ratings in sources like the U.S. News and World Report, and other sources that give ratings to colleges. According to the article one senior official, Richard Vos, the vice president and dean of admissions has taken full blame for the falsification. The article mentions that Claremont McKenna has recently been rated as one of the elite schools in the nation and particularly one of the top liberal arts colleges, but this could be because of the skewed ratings. What I believe the article is trying to do, is make a very subtle argument using logos that as a society, Americans put too much faith in sources like the U.S. News and World Report and Princeton Review that rate colleges. I think the article makes the claim that these sources are not always accurate, but we often take them at their word.