16 top colleges sued for alleged violation of federal antitrust laws by colluding on their financial-aid practices

Sixteen top US universities, including Duke, Vanderbilt and Northwestern, are being sued by five former students claiming those schools may be involved in antitrust violations in the way those institutions worked together in determining financial aid awards for students, according to the lawsuit filed in a US District Court in Illinois.

(SOURCE) https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/11/us/college-admissions-antitrust-lawsuit/index.html

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