This Wednesday, two men partook in a true test of heart and stomach when they set out to consume thirteen Chickwiches in all thirteen dining halls over the course of one lunch period. William H. Marks '12-'13, an inactive Crimson business editor, and C. M. Trey Grayson '94, director of the Institute of Politics, attempted what has been deemed the "Chickwich Challenge" to raise money for the Phillip Brooks House Association.
For their 21st birthdays, Harvard students receive a card from UHS, listing fun and alcohol-free activities, including "15. 'Check out' the Widener stacks" and "13. Dive into hands-on fun at the New England Aquarium." But here at the magazine, we think number three takes the cake—"3. Eat in all 12 Dining Halls, with or without the 'Chickwich Challenge.'" Thanks for reading, UHS.
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