His Harvard classmates picked him to speak during their 2013 commencement ceremonies. Onstage, a friend introduced him as a rags-to-riches leader and future banker—and a guy who didn’t warn everyone when his pet  was loose in the dorms for two weeks. “Don’t forget about us when you’re crashing world economies,” the friend said.
The next day, students were handed their diplomas; [he] didn’t get his. Several women had accused him of misconduct, including having sex with a student who was incapacitated, according to a person who asked not to be named. [He] didn’t face charges and denied claims of misconduct in a phone interview with Bloomberg Businessweek. He says university systems that decide these cases disproportionately punish black students. A school spokeswoman says he never graduated and wouldn’t comment further.
That didn’t stop him from starting a dream job at Goldman Sachs
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