Okay, it's not as shocking as Columbia University's allegedly drug dealing frat boys or professor charged with incest, but last week has not been good for the Ivy League college: A visiting scholar at Columbia's Harriman Institute was arrested in Austria for corruption. The visiting scholar, Iva Sanader, former prime minister of Croatia, was wanted by Interpol because the Croatian government claimed he abused power and his position. Sanader, who taught "Euro-Atlantic Integration Efforts of the Countries of Southeastern Europe," allegedly said, "I didn't head a [criminal] gang, I headed the cabinet."