Murray, a network manager for KraftCPAs in Nashville, wrote about unsolicited e-mail. He says, "I know this topic is of interest on a campus." Evidently others found his writing interesting, and his colleagues recommended that the journal use his article.
"The Problem with Email," Murray's article, details the two principal ways that businesses handle unsolicited e-mails--measures taken on the front-end before the e-mails arrive and measures that can be taken after the e-mails arrive. The application essays must focus on a current business topic; they are used to assess an applicant's writing skills and ability to do graduate work.