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    Hello everyone!

    Ho Ka Terence Yung was sentenced to four years in prison for cyberstalking a Georgetown University Law Center interviewer who recommended the school deny his application for admission. More specifically, he was convicted of creating online posts about the victim’s alleged white supremacy as well as a detailed account of child rape.

    All of this, mind you, happened after Yung was studying at UT Law where he was admitted with a full scholarship. We couldn’t make this stuff up. (Here’s the link to the AP story on the Washington Post.)

    Suffice it to say that it doesn’t pay to cyberstalk anyone who dings your applications. There are far more productive ways to spend your energy. If a ding does particularly sting for any reason whatsoever, just remember that happiness and success are the best revenge.

    Best of luck with your applications!

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