The 2008 Science and Mathematics Education Conference (SMEC) at AUB was being announced, along with a call for volunteering students to participate as guides in the event. Coming from a family involved in the field of education, I thought it would be an interesting experience to be part of SMEC, so I signed up as a guide, not knowing that in this experience, I was to be guided instead. Part of my job was to attend workshop sessions, making sure that all technical matters were under control. Sitting at the side of the classroom, I witnessed the deliverance of a wholehearted message from Bicharaf (“With Honor”), where the session addressed a crucial topic which I sadly thought no longer impacted many people’s thoughts and actions. But Bicharaf was there, reassuring me that academic integrity and ethics did not die, and that it is we (you and I) who should revive them and keep them going. Towards the end of the workshop session, I was as shocked as I was pleased to know that an organization like Bicharaf existed. From there, I was determined to join this enthusiastic team in willingly working for a good cause. At a time when getting away with academic dishonesty has become an easy task, and competition among students has fueled the need to cheat and plagiarize, Bicharaf’s efforts are directed at increasing students’ awareness by educating them of the consequences behind dishonesty and encouraging them towards honest behavior. More importantly, however, I believe that Bicharaf is there to revive and instill ethical principles in our community, whereby each and every individual shall willingly think and behave “With Honor”.