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Disappointing the Senior Class

Letter to the Editors

By Debbie Dewey

To the editors:

Thank you to Nicole B. Usher ’03 for pointing out an enormous disappointment felt by many Seniors and their parents (Comment, “Ticketing the Senior Class,” May 21). I have two Harvard undergraduates and actually spend over $70,000 per year sending the two to Harvard. We ask for not one cent of help and our graduating senior had no tickets for any event thus far. Very disappointing.

Debbie Dewey

May 21, 2003

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