College essays run gamut from the banal to the sublime

12/30/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

University of Virginia students each year craft dramatic sketches based on the application essays of the incoming freshman class. After reading hundreds of the essays, the student playwrights advise prospective applicants to be authentic and take risks, but not ones so great they could backfire.

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