https://thehill.com/homenews/435724-yale-drops-student-whose-parents-allegedly-paid-12-million-to-get-her-admitted

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Yale University has reportedly rescinded its admission of a student whose parents paid $1.2 million as part of their efforts to get her accepted. The decision marks the first time a school involved in the massive college admissions scandal has taken the step to drop a student. Yale said that the student had been attending the university after receiving an admission partly based on a fraudulent athletic endorsement from women's soccer coach Rudy Meredith, according to CNN . The news network noted that another student was denied admission despite receiving a fraudulent endorsement from Meredith. A Yale spokesman did not reveal information regarding the admitted student, who is identified in court documents as "Yale Applicant 1." Full story

26 March

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