Display of Hopkins grad death, Elvis statue picture criticized

August 10, 2010

Who is overseeing the placement of articles in your newspaper?

On page 3 of the Aug. 10 issue, two stories on the page are "Hopkins grad among aid workers killed" (aid worker killed in Afghanistan) right next to "He's back" (just a photograph showing the replacement of the Elvis statue on the Happy Day diner).

While both of these stories may be newsworthy, is this really the best placement of these two completely different stories?

Jeanne Kloss, White Hall

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