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Commentary: What's legal in college admissions is a real scandal

By now, we're all familiar with the college admissions scandal investigated in Operation Varsity Blues by federal prosecutors. Over the course of the last several months, the investigators have exposed the actions of wealthy families across the world who paid large sums of money to get their children into selective American colleges fraudulently. The conspiracy received global attention - particularly because of the celebrities involved - and prompted widespread disdain. Now, as some internal campus investigations come to a close and guilty pleas pile

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