Undergrads May Eat Meals At Law School
Interhouse dining privileges at the Law School are available this year to any undergraduate obtaining advance permission at his House.
"All an undergraduate has to do is sign up with his House master," according to Chet Kenbok, Harkness Commons dining hall manager. Students and their requested mealtimes are then listed with the cafeteria cashiers.
Reciprocal dining privileges are also in effect at the House for law students. Kenbok said yesterday. Convenient proximity to classes is the most popular reason for meal transfer requests.
Harkness dining regulations differ slightly from House meal practices, Kenbok said, and undergraduates must obey graduate meal contract rules when eating at the Commons. "There are no unlimited seconds here, for example," Kenbok said.
Students must clear in advance their intention to eat at Harkness, Kenbok emphasized. "Producing a bursar card is not enough" to receive a meal under the dining system, he said. "It would become an administrative monster if we let everyone eat meals here anytime they wanted."