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Spurned students sue U.S. colleges in admissions scandal  

By Editor - Thu Mar 14, 11:07 am

Lawsuits began emerging on Wednesday, a day after federal prosecutors said a California company made about $25 million from parents seeking spots for their children in top schools including Georgetown University, Stanford University, the University of Southern California and Yale University. Fifty people, including 33 parents, have been criminally charged in the nation’s largest known college admissions scandal. The accused mastermind, William Singer, pleaded guilty to racketeering charges.

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Spurned students sue U.S. colleges in admissions scandal

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