To the editors:
It is with some disappointment that I opened your newspaper without eyeing any mention of the recent visit by the Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, at Harvard. As former President of Harvard's Leadership Institute, I have observed your newspaper's willingness to cover some of the high-profile and exceptional individuals that our organization, and others too, have brought to campus. Unfortunately, for someone as notable as the Secretary of the Navy, there was no coverage provided, and I believe that deprives your readers (and the many attendees) of quality news. I hope the Crimson will continue to report on news that matters to Harvard community members.
BEN L. BRINKOPF '11
Mar. 26, 2010
Ben L. Brinkopf ’11 is an economics concentrator in Mather House.
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