(CNN) -- As a high school senior in Louisiana, Lauren Fidelak maintained a 4.0 GPA and scored a stellar 34 on her ACT. But when she applied to her preferred schools, the University of Southern California and UCLA, she wasn't accepted. The rejections left her so upset she had an emotional breakdown and needed to be hospitalized in Boston. Fidelak and her mother, Keri, are now among a group of seven students and parents who filed a federal lawsuit seeking class-action status against USC, UCLA and other colleges named in the sprawling admissions scandal, saying their admissions process was "warped and rigged by fraud."
Как я и предполагал, благодетели частных университетов отнюдь ни на что не жалуются, а жалуются, наоборот, абсолютные фрики. Надеюсь, что проиграют.