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Students left hanging after Corinthian closes remaining campuses
Students left hanging after Corinthian closes remaining campuses

Two days of class and an internship were all that stood between Leticia Ruiz and a medical assisting degree — a credential she now knows she'll never get. Her school, Everest College-Alhambra, abruptly shut down Sunday along with two dozen other career-oriented campuses run by Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges Inc. She had to cancel the internship interview scheduled for Tuesday with a cardiovascular physician's office in the area. "They told me there's really no point in me going," said Ruiz, 21, who lives in East Los Angeles. She's among 16,000 students in California and across the country who face grim choices after being displaced by the...

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