December 4th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Additional employees at the University of Southern California were involved in the “Varsity Blues” admissions scandal beyond the four indicted so far, according to court documents and prosecutors’ statements. USC already has more employees charged — three coaches and an athletics administrator — than any other university caught up in the nationwide admissions scam. But in addition to those four employees, prosecutors allege that “others at USC” also took bribes in order to facilitate getting the children of wealthy parents admitted to the school. Prosecutors have not named these people, nor said how many there are. It could not be determined if those individuals are cooperating with investigators or if they will be charged. – Kaidi Yuan and Ashley Zhang, LAist, Read More

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