A Foolish (and Trusting) School and Its Money Are Easily Parted

It's not a school president allegedly charging a $100,000 bar tab to the university but a former salesman with a yearbook printing company who pleaded guilty to mail fraud after pilfering more than $400,000 from schools like George Washington University and Howard University.

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It's not a school president allegedly charging a $100,000 bar tab to the university but a former salesman with a yearbook printing company who pleaded guilty to mail fraud after pilfering more than $400,000 from schools like George Washington University and Howard University, the GW Hatchet reports. The salesman would negotiate a discounted price with the publishing company he worked for, then charge his clients and schools a higher amount while pocketing the discrepancy.