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College Admissions Scandal: No Prison Time for Former Stanford Coach

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 12 June 2019
College Admissions Scandal: No Prison Time for Former Stanford CoachThe first sentencing in the scandal raised questions about culpability in the case and the role of universities, who have been described as victims.
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A former Stanford sailing coach will learn his fate for accepting bribes in the nationwide college admissions scandal.

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