• Stanford Students Claim Harm from College Admissions Scandal, Say Degree Now 'Not Worth as Much'

    2 monthes ago - By Celebrity Babies

    In the wake of a growing college admissions scandal , two Stanford students have filed a federal complaint claiming to be victims of alleged conspiracies hatched by wealthy parents and an enrollment advisor to inflate the achievements of others who sought to enter several top colleges and universities.
    Student Kalea Woods alleges that her Stanford degree is “not worth as much as it was before, because prospective employers may now question whether she was admitted to the university on her own merits, versus having rich parents who were willing to bribe school officials,” according to the...
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  • Chrissy Teigen Jokes About Lori Loughlin & Felicity Huffman College Admissions Scandal

    2 monthes ago - By OK!

    While it's probably a little too soon to be making jokes, Chrissy Teigen seems to have no issues poking fun at the college admissions scam that Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are allegedly a part of - which broke news on Tuesday, March 12. Scroll through to get all the details.
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  • Lori Loughlin and Her Husband Are 'Finding Out Who Their Real Friends Are' Amid Scandal: Source

    2 monthes ago - By Celebrity Babies

    Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's alleged involvement in the college admissions bribery scam has left those in their social circle divided.
    A source tells PEOPLE that some of the pair's friends have been distancing themselves from the couple in light of the news, which broke on Tuesday.
    “Lori and Mossimo are finding out quickly who their real friends are,” the insider says. “It's not like they are the victims of a crime. They are the crime.”
    “Many of their friends don't want to be associated with them right now,” the source continues. “Their friends are shocked at the...
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  • Operation Varsity Blues: could we be staring at this generation's Watergate?

    2 monthes ago - By The Guardian

    Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among a host of helicopter parents caught scamming the US college admission system. Just don't expect true justice If there's one thing 2019 loves, it's a scam. So prayers and thanks to Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin (one of those curious only-famous-in-America, shiny-hair-and-down-home-corn-syrup-sponsorship-deal types, nominally Aunt Becky from Full House ) for delivering. They, along with a ring of 50 others, were indicted this week in a college admissions scam that has already, and astonishingly, been titled Operation Varsity Blues. If...
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  • ‘Operation Varsity Blues' Will Likely Snowball Into a 2020 Political Issue

    2 monthes ago - By Observer

    Yes, the latest college admissions scandal is about to get political.
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  • The College Admissions Scandal Is Peak White Privilege - & It's Nothing New

    The College Admissions Scandal Is Peak White Privilege - & It's Nothing New

    2 monthes ago - By Refinery29

    I went to one of the top public high schools in Washington State - and most of the students were rich and white. My family was middle-class; my mother is an immigrant, my father was raised in poverty, and neither inherited wealth. And though I did grow up with economic privileges that I don't seek to deny, the degree of wealth that surrounded me in my youth baffled me. Many of the families in my community had boats and summer homes. If one of my classmates received a brand new BMW for their 16th birthday, it was considered “cool” but not unusual. These people were really rich. When news of...
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  • What Will Happen To The Students At The Center Of The College Admissions Scam?

    What Will Happen To The Students At The Center Of The College Admissions Scam?

    2 monthes ago - By Refinery29

    Two days after news broke of the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice, colleges and universities impacted are beginning to make decisions about the future of the students at the center of the scandal. How much did these students know? How culpable does that make them? And, of course, will they get to stay enrolled at their universities? The universities in question are numerous and widespread - USC, UCLA, University of San Diego, University of Texas, Wake Forest, Yale, Georgetown, and Stanford - and many have already taken action by firing coaches...
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