'Full House' Star Lori Loughlin Reports To Federal Prison In DublinMonths after actress Felicity Huffman served her sentence in the college admission scandal case at the federal prison in Dublin, 'Full House' Star Lori Loughlin walked through the same prison gates Friday to begin her two-month sentence for her role in the same scandal.
Former Silicon Valley CEO Manuel Henriquez Gets 6 Months Prison In College Admission ScandalThe founder of a Silicon Valley venture capital firm was sentenced Wednesday to six months behind bars for paying about $450,000 in bribes to boost his two daughters' entrance exam scores and get one of them into Georgetown University as a bogus tennis recruit.
Former Stanford Sailing Coach Avoids Jail Time In College Admission Scandal A former head sailing coach at Stanford avoided prison time for agreeing to help students get into the elite university as recruited athletes in exchange for money for his sailing program, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Hillsborough Parents Face Years In Jail After Guilty Plea In College Admissions ScandalA Hillsborough couple formally pleaded guilty Wednesday and face years in federal prison after paying $600,000 to help their kids cheat their way into a seat at top universities.
Marin County Executive Among Parents Facing New Charges In College Admissions Scandal"Full House" star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and 14 other parents - including Mill Valley executive Bill McGlashan - were hit Tuesday with a new charge in the sweeping college admissions bribery scheme.
State Lawmakers Propose Reforms Following College Admissions ScandalFive California lawmakers announced on Thursday a package proposal of sweeping college admissions reforms in the wake of the recent bribery scandal.
California Lawmakers Take Aim At College Admissions ScandalLawmakers are pushing a half-dozen measures intended to discourage a repeat of the college admissions bribery scandal that largely began in the Golden State but is roiling universities nationwide.
College Cheating Scandal: Stanford Student Drops Out Of Class Action LawsuitJust hours after filing a class action lawsuit in the wake of the massive college admissions scandal, one of the two Stanford students involved has dropped out of the legal action.