Or is it?
No conflict of interest
“I get how it looks on paper.”
“It is a not-so-veiled threat.”
“This is really a family matter.”
“Bless her heart.”
The show must go on.
“It was very important for her to be able to say that her girls were at USC.”
“Her closest friends have warned her she needs to be more humble and worry she’s been misled through this process.”
“It may have been a bad gamble. Now they’re in worse shape than before.”
Shame and regret
Didn’t think they’d get caught.
“I had stacked up on AP and honors classes, I got an SAT tutor … and I paid for it with my own money.”
“They have ruined everything.”
“The work is literally harder than college.”
“She’s toast, it’s over.”
That beats the $500 billion lawsuit. No, really.
Pay for play college admissions
“And that’s the price you pay for being in Hollywood.”
“If a high-level administrator and a legendary water polo coach aren’t USC, who or what is?”
“Rich kids should have to get into college the old-fashioned way: by their parents donating a library.”
Interesting way to look at things.
Promises U.S. strategy is working.