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Xi Mingze (Daughter of Chinese President)

Xi Mingze

University: Harvard University

Year: Junior

Xi Mingze is the daughter of China’s Communist president Xi Jinping. It recently emerged that she’s a student at Havard studying under a pseudonym and often accompanied by heavy security detail

Xi has kept a quiet profile at Harvard. Not much is known about her, but friends say that she is “a bookworm, very quiet and studious,” according to the Daily Mail.

 

Patrick Schwarzenegger

Patrick Schwarzenegger

College: University of Southern California

Year: Freshman

The 18-year-old is the son of former California governor and award winning actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Patrick is an actor, model, and a freshman at The University of Southern California. It’s reported that his father caused a scene at the campus by carrying him weight high to his dorm room, He was reportedly drunk. Seems like a naughty kid.

 

Elizabeth Beisel

Elizabeth Beisel

College: University of Florida

Year: Junior

Beisel won a silver medal in the 400-meter individual medley event in the 2012 London Olympics. Even though she is a college student, Beisel is a two-time Olympian: she competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics at the age of 15. Beisel is also the 2011 world champion in the 400 IM.

She is majoring in communications at the University of Florida.

 

Justin Combs

Justin Combs

College: University of California Los Angeles

Year: Freshman

The son of Sean “P. Diddy” or “Puff Daddy” Combs, Justin Combs graduated from New Rochelle Iona Prep, a top private school, and is attending UCLA —on a $54,000 football scholarship.

The son of a multi-millionaire, Combs faced a lot of criticism for accepting the scholarship, but the 5-foot-9, 170-pound defensive back defended his decision to accept the scholarship and earned the scholarship

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