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Ex-Stanford sailing coach faces sentencing in U.S. college scandal

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019
A former Stanford University sailing coach is set to become the first person to be sentenced in the U.S. college admissions scandal after admitting he agreed to help wealthy parents secure spots for their children at the school in exchange for bribes.
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A former Stanford University sailing coach avoided prison on Wednesday in the first sentencing to result from the U.S. college admissions scandal after admitting he took bribes to help children of wealthy parents gain admission to the school. Lisa Bernhard reports.

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