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University at Buffalo accidentally sends 5,100 acceptance emails

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High school students all over the country are eager to hear from their dream colleges with good news, and last week, more than 5,000 State University of New York at Buffalo hopefuls did. The problem was, they weren't really accepted. At least 5,100 applicants were mistakenly sent acceptance letters on Wednesday.