Judge to sentence ex-Stanford coach John Vandemoer in college admissions scandal


Former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer on Wednesday will become the first person sentenced in the wide-ranging college entrance cheating scandal, when he faces a federal judge in Boston. (UPI Latest News) More More

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