May 2005
Literary Cavalcade;May2005, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p38
The article reports that even today, 15 years later, Hugh Gallagher's Scholastic Student Writing Award-winning parody of the college application essay, which first appeared in the journal Literary Cavalcade, remains a perennial favorite on the Internet.


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