Caitlin Flanagan

writer, the Atlantic

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Contributor to the Atlantic Magazine; author of the article "The Dark Power of Fraternities"

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“These [private school] campuses take in all this money from rich parents who want favors done for them. … To them a $500,000 gift is nothing for just one family to give.

Horse polo, $1000 books: How private schools embody profound inequality in US

“These [private school] campuses take in all this money from rich parents who want favors done for them. … To them a $500,000 gift is nothing for just one family to give.

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Thirteen parents in the college admissions cheating scandal pled guilty on Monday, including actress Felicity Huffman.

Former college counselor on the college admissions cheating scandal

Thirteen parents in the college admissions cheating scandal pled guilty on Monday, including actress Felicity Huffman.

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The appeal of fraternity life to college students is no mystery.

The Dark Power of Fraternities

The appeal of fraternity life to college students is no mystery.

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