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They say their applications to universities named in the unfolding scandal werenât fairly evaluated in a system âwarped and rigged by fraud.â
W. Mark Tew, provost at Howard Payne University, will take the helm at Judson, in Alabama. Auburn's new vice president comes from Georgia State University.
A professor shares the benefits of reading his course evaluations in curated form. Â
In Bribery Scheme, Coaches Sold Their ‘Admissions Slots’ to Nonathletes. Wait, Coaches Influence Admissions?
Some made millions in bribes by using such slots as a commodity in an arbitrage scheme.
What the admissions-bribery scandal reveals about parenting toward a narrow definition of success in an anxious age.
Those who decide who gets in are powerful, even if they are not to blame.
‘Like a Slap in the Face’: Advocates Say Bribery Scheme Will Harm Students With Learning Disabilities
In the scandal over admissions fraud, some of angriest voices are those of advocates for people with learning disabilities.
The children â many of whom were admitted thanks to their parentsâ alleged involvement in admissions-bribery schemes â have not spoken publicly. Those with high-profile families have tuned out of social media.
The U.S. Justice Departmentâs 204-page affidavit, outlining a scheme that allowed the rich and famous to secure admission for their children at elite colleges, reads like a Hollywood script.
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The details of an elaborate scam for buying seats at elite colleges are striking. But the themes at the heart of the saga are all too familiar.
8 Universities. Millions in Bribes. 10 Corrupt Coaches. What You Need to Know About the Admissions-Bribery Scandal.
A primer on the wide-ranging scheme.
Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple, will speak at both Stanford and Tulane Universities' graduation ceremonies this spring.
A professor of political science at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln confronts âa bit of a dark moment for me.â
PhotoShopped Scenes and Fake Athletic Profiles: How the Internet Is Picking Apart the College-Admission Scandal
Hereâs a peek at how the world is reacting to the bribery scheme thatâs rocking elite colleges.
The court-appointed receiver has been criticized for failing to do enough to protect the tens of thousands of students who attended the failed chainâs campuses.
A company used âside doorsâ to gain admission for its clientsâ children to elite colleges, according to federal prosecutors.
College Officials Were Charged in the Admissions-Bribery Scheme. Now Their Campuses Are Cutting Ties.
Eleven people at Stanford, Yale, and six other universities were among the dozens indicted for their alleged roles.
Employees of Yale, Stanford, and the University of Southern California were among those implicated.