(from the New York Times) Federal prosecutors on Tuesday charged dozens of people, including coaches at top universities around the country, for paying for or accepting bribes to admit student applicants. Both coaches and private admissions counselors received millions of dollars for helping to get students admitted as athletes to Yale, Stanford and University of Southern California, regardless of their academic or sports ability.
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