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On Wednesday, former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer, the first of the accused in a college admissions scandal, received two years of supervised release in sentencing, avoiding prison time.

Former Stanford Sailing Coach Avoids Prison Time For College Admissions Scandal

By Tovia Smith NPR
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