Rick Singer, at Center of College Admissions Scandal, Sentenced to 3.5 Years in Prison

From a Washington Post story by Douglas Moser and Nick Anderson headlined “Rick Singer, at center of college admissions scandal, sentences to 3.5 years in prison”:

The former college admissions consultant who orchestrated a breathtaking scheme to get the children of wealthy parents into highly selective colleges through bribery, cheating on the SAT and ACT, and fake athletic credentials was sentenced Wednesday to three and a half years in prison for crimes he committed in what became known as the “Varsity Blues” scandal.