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In case you missed it in the Sunday papers, Garry Trudeau takes a look at college admissions essays and who is writing them. Leave a comment. Filed under Getting In. Or not. See the full strip here. If you really want to see what admissions officers are up to, many of them will tell you via their blogs or tweets.
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In the spring of , the cartoonist Garry Trudeau launched a new storyline in his syndicated comic strip. Joanie Caucus, the feminist icon of Doonesbury, decided at age 38 to apply to law school, one of the so-called re-entry women common for the era. Several institutions, including Boalt Hall, sent her application packets, and Trudeau was soon caught up in the surreal world of law-school admissions.
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