At least fifteen students at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business — including several mid-level Wall Streeters whose firms picked up their $45,000-plus tuition tabs — had their GPAs artificially raised to a passing B average. The administrator being held responsible for the mini-scandal (who was escorted from his CUNY office last August), claims he was never offered any bribes; only free trips, which he turned down.
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