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Author Vandemoer, John, author.

Title Rigged justice : how the college admissions scandal ruined an innocent man's life / John Vandemoer.

Publication Info. New York, NY : HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishing, [2021]


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 GDL Central Library Non-Fiction  New Shelf  378.161 VAN    Available
 GDL Montrose Library Non-Fiction    378.161 VAN    Available
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Edition First edition.
Description 247 pages ; 24 cm
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Summary Vandemoer ran the prestigious Stanford University sailing program for eleven years, coaching Olympians and All-Americans. Everything came crashing down when Vandemoer found FBI and IRS agents on his doorstep. He learned that a recruiter named Rick Singer had used him as a stooge in a sophisticated scheme designed to take advantage of college coaches, playing to the endless appetite for university fundraising-- and wealthy parents looking for an edge for their college-bound children. Fired, kicked out of campus housing, his children booted from campus daycare, Vandemoer was an innocent man who never received a dime-- and became the first person to be convicted in what became known as the Varsity Blues scandal. -- adapted from jacket
Subject Universities and colleges -- Admission -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Universities and colleges -- United States -- Administration.
Vandemoer, John.
Stanford University -- Sports -- History.
ISBN 9780063020108 hardcover
0063020106 hardcover

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