I think you mean Honorable Chairman ROFLMAO.
I know it's anecdotal but I breezed through liberal arts electives while majoring in EE by writing papers either the night before or the morning of the due date. At the same time, people majoring in those classes I was electing were pulling their hair out to get the same grades as I. No, our professors did not grade us differently based on major, they had little knowledge or concern for that. I also had a friend who liked to poke fun at other non-science/engineering friends. He even wrote some of their papers for them, having never taken those classes, and got them As. Everyone in science and engineering shares these same anecdotes.
I was lucky enough that my university took technical writing seriously so that every year we had to pass/fail a required course on technical writing. The guy who taught that really wasn't an engineer and only cared about proper writing and communication. The dept would bring in professional writers to grade our work and have a sit down review with us individually to point out any tiny flaw and make sure we understood where we went wrong and how to fix it. It's true that most of the other students though it was BS and that they shouldn't be bothered but it was pretty easy nonetheless.
It's true that society has devalued writing to the point where adults primarily read teen and young adult garbage, even to the point where they hold up Harry Potter as an example of "good" writing. Still, science and engineering are far more abstract and difficult than proper writing. The submitters and editors post shit summaries not because it's hard but because they just don't think it's important enough to exert any effort. That would take time away from reading 50 Shades of Grey.