A Cog in the College Admissions Scandal Speaks Out

Oct 14, 2021

Sports https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/27/sports/stanford-varsity-blues-college-admission.html John Vandemoer (43), describes in a new book how Stanford became a target for college admissions scandals. Credit to Jenna Garrett, The New York Times An ex-sailing coach plead guilty to paying bribes for Stanford's athletic program. His colleagues knew where the money was coming. ...read more

First trial in U.S. college admission scandal to begin - Reuters

Oct 12, 2021

Former Wynn Resorts executive Gamal Abdelaziz, also known as Gamal Aziz, arrives at federal court for the first day of jury selection in the first trial to result from the U.S. college admissions scandal in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., September 8, 2021. REUTERS/Brian Snyder HYANNIS PORT CAPITAL REAL ESTATE FUND LP View all The company and law firm names shown above are generated automatically ba ...read more

Wendy's Goes Really Low to Snag College Football Fans

Oct 10, 2021

You're reading Entrepreneur United States, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Wendy's has a Super Bowl-sized Breakfast Deal for college football fans. Bloomberg The fast-food chain announced that in order to get fans ready for the long days of tailgating and cheering on their favorite teams, it will be offering its breakfast Croissant Sandwiches for a record-low price of $1.99. Customers will get to choose between Sausage, Egg and Swiss and Bacon ...read more

The College Admissions Scandal has its first trial

Oct 8, 2021

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Yolanda Lopez, an artist who celebrated working-class women, has died at 78

Oct 4, 2021

She was praised for her portrayal of the Virgin de Guadalupe as a feminist superhero, a young, strong, and brown woman wearing running shoes. An undated photo of Yolanda Lopez, activist and artist. Her most well-known work, "Portrait of the Artist and the Virgin of Guadalupe," is a book on feminist history and Chicano arts. It has also been featured on T-shirts, tattoos, and other publications. Credit... Alexa Trevino Sept. Sept. Yolanda Lopez was ...read more

The First Trial Has Begun In The College Admissions Scandal

Oct 2, 2021

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Two Parents Face Trial in College Admissions Scandal

Sep 30, 2021

The issue is the conduct of parents, U.S.C. admissions practices, and possibly fairness of college admissions process. John Wilson, a private-equity executive, is accused in a $220,000 payment to obtain his son's admission to the U.S.C. He is a water polo player. He is with his wife, Leslie. Credit... Brian Snyder/Reuters Published Sept. 12, 2021 Updated Sept. 15, 2021 Gamal Abdelaziz, a former hotel and casino executive, is accused of ...read more

First-Gen College Grads Face More Hurdles in the Job Market

Sep 24, 2021

Christelle Louis' single mother, a Haitian immigrant and certified nursing assistant at a nursing home, never went to college. But she always pushed her daughter to get the education she needed for a good job--maybe as a doctor or an engineer. Louis would soon discover that it is harder to get this payoff for students like Louis, who are often the first to attend college. Despite good grades in high school, Louis couldn't afford to enroll at a campus outsid ...read more

JPMorgan Chase acquires college financial planning platform Frank - Reuters.com

Sep 22, 2021

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