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One of the people charged in the massive college admissions scandal is a Massachusetts businessman accused of bribing a water-polo coach to help his son get into the University of Southern California.

How One Father Allegedly Bribed His Son’s Way Onto A College Water Polo Team

By Callum Borchers NPR
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