Ben Letzler

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Ben Letzler CC '02, famous for his remarkable resemblance to 70s-era Woody Allen, served as a writer for The Blue and White, The Fed and The Spectator simultaneously. He also feuded with Julia Stiles in the pages of the Spec, calling her "a sloe-eyed wench".[1] In 2001, the New York Observer profiled Ben, calling him "a somewhat nervous and cerebral young man with glasses".[2] Ben moved to Berlin after graduating summa cum laude, then went to Harvard Law. He has since worked at WilmerHale in Boston[3], and the Massachusetts Attorney General's office.