Wild child

Shalit, Ruth
June 1995
New Republic;6/12/95, Vol. 212 Issue 24, p50
Presents several incidents of delinquents fabricating their way into Prestigious U.S. universities and colleges. Gina Grant in Harvard University; Lon Grammer in Yale University; James Arthur Hogue in Princeton University.


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