College admissions scandal: Rich parents caught paying thousands to get kids into UNF, from Jaxonpool, March 14 ⇓
“JACKSONVILLE — In a major college admissions scandal that laid bare the elaborate lengths some wealthy parents will go to get their children into competitive American universities, federal prosecutors charged 2 Jacksonville residents Wednesday in a brazen and and bizarre scheme to buy spots in the freshman class at the University of North Florida.
One of the indicted residents, a CSX executive, was quoted as saying, “What do you expect? You don’t think I’m going to let my kid go to school with the peasants as FSCJ, do you?” Continue reading …. here (oops! link seems to be non-existent).