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LSAT Writing Sample Topic


The publisher of Willow Creek Dispatch, the morning newspaper in the small town of Willow Creek, is hiring a new editor in chief. Write an argument favoring one candidate over the other based on the following considerations:
  • The Dispatch wants to gain a reputation as a leader among small town newspapers.
  • The Dispatch needs an editor in chief who understands the issues that are important to the residents of Willow Creek.

Amada Fizgerald is currently the editor of the local news section of a major city newspaper, where she worked as a reporter for over a decade before becoming an editor eight years ago. while a reporter, she won five national journalism awards for article on public housing, community control of schools, and the demise of neighborhood businesses. Her colleagues describe here as "an advocate for excellence" as an editor. She grew up in Forest Knolls, a small town near Willow Creek; though she has not lived there for 23 years, she returns occasionally to visit here brother and his family.

Moly Chu was born and raised in a large city. She is the editor in chief of the Lumberton Gazette, the morning paper in Lumberton, a nearby town of comparable size to Willow Creek. She has worked at the Gazette for the past eleven years, becoming the editor in chief two years ago after a highly praised stint as the newspaper's only staff reporter. The Association of Small Town Newspapers awarded here third place in last year's editorial competition. In addition, parts of here article about health care in small towns were quoted in a story about health care that was the lead article in a national magazine.

 




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