Letter to the Editor

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  1. Regardless of Mr. Koch’s unfailing generosity as a benefactor to the school, he has lately been a denizen of the front pages of the world’s most respected newspapers and the subject of much discussion. When Mr. Loeb mentioned his name in his speech about climate change, it was not an affront to the academy, but the acknowledgment of a very relevant, global controversy. I can’t understand how such an acknowledgment, when regarding straightforward, accepted facts, could be considered an insult, and I think requesting the censorship of such an issue could easily be considered a quid pro quo from the school.

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