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Velveeta Cheetah Jun 9
Ok, it is somewhere between 3 months and 30 years past time for you to get a f*cking clue and take responsibility for YOUR OWN actions. You’re embarrassing yourself and your daughters. Again.
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Hollywood Reporter Jun 12
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Hollywood Reporter Jun 12
John Vandemoer, a former head sailing coach at Stanford, is the first person to be sentenced in the . He was sentenced to one day in prison, a $10,000 fine and two years of supervised release
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Rikki Klieman Jun 12
Former Stanford Coach Gets No Prison Time in College Admissions Scandal Very interesting analysis of this case and athletic programs in
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peace and quiet is important to me Jun 13
Stanford sailing coach gets no prison time. White privilege is an amazing thing.
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Mark Eiglarsh Jun 14
Here’s my legal analysis concerning the first defendant sentenced in the college admissions cheating scandal. I discuss how this will impact and Lori Lochlin’s cases. Your thoughts?
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Haley Jun 13
I just had a parent offer to pay double to get her 2nd grade child into a full dance class that she is in the waitlist for. This is where it all starts! upper east side dance studio edition
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adventure awaits Jun 12
It says a lot that the Stanford coach involved in the college admission scandal was given ONE DAY IN JAIL & 2 years supervised release. Just a regular day in the US “jUsTiCe” system
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chloe cockburn 🍑 Jun 10
This is gross and appalling. , how do you feel about clerkship corruption? Professor should know a conflict of interest when she sees one. Rather reminiscent of the .
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Just here for #Reparations 😑 Jun 12
Former Stanford sailing coach gets one day in in “I want to be seen as someone who takes responsibility for mistakes," he said... I will never again lose sight of my values." “values” 😒
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The Asian American Project 24h
was undeniably disgraceful. And yet, is full of Ivy-league types who advertise "essay editing", "story-telling" services or just flat-out "I'll-write-your-essays-admissions-guaranteed". Let's face it, if you could cheat easily, most of you would.
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Jason Connelly Jun 12
Oh hey, breaking news: rich white guy DOES NOT go to jail.
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420Chucky 19h
This is looking like a white wash.
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John E. Canty Jun 13
So get sent to for sending their to outside their district, but rich white parents likely to get for & buying their children entry into college...
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RL Jun 12
Just curious... If I robbed a bank but gave all the money to a charity, would that be the same thing? Since the guidelines said it was the amount he received (of which it was reported he "gave" all of it to the sailing program).
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veritasyverdad 2h
Replying to @Harvard
Harvard Rejects Christian Students. Harvard Rejects White Middle Class Students. White Christian poor and middle class students need not apply because they will be rejected.
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Jenny Lynne Jun 7
Watched a special on this unaccredited school. Similarities w/the severe wrongs of this school & the parents of the , both should be held accountable for crimes.The children have been used,taken advantage of,in some cases abused.
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Monty! Jun 7
Is she talking about college admissions and the or ...?
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tovia smith Jun 12
Today: the first sentencing in the . Prosecutors want 13 mos behind bars for the former Stanford sailing coach who admitted taking bribes in exchange for getting kids in the “side door.“ his attorneys want NO time, just probation.
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Marcin Castaneda Jun 8
Genuinely curious if the could ever extend to service academies (West Point, Annapolis, etc.),Getting in typically requires a nomination from a congressman or senator.,We all know politicians are never prone to “donations,” right?,
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