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Student Life

Over 200 Rally Outside Mass. Hall to Support HUDS Workers

​On a day when workers and students took to the streets across the country to rally for minimum wage reform, over 200 Harvard affiliates gathered in front of Massachusetts Hall to push for higher wages and increased health benefits for Harvard’s dining services employees.

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Flyby Reviews: HUDS Coffee Tasting

Flyby's review of potential new and improved HUDS coffee

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Seniors Reunite For Champagne Brunch

Nearly four years after stepping into Annenberg Hall for the first time, seniors returned to the freshman dining hall Sunday morning to reminisce over eggs, french toast, waffles, and champagne-filled flutes.

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Lawsuit Against Local 26 Will Not Affect Negotiations

A lawsuit brought against a local Boston union is anticipated to have no effect on the union’s upcoming negotiations on behalf of Harvard University Dining Services staff or its ongoing representation of Harvard Club of Boston employees.

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Fresh Fruit

Olivia Velasquez ‘19 and Angelica Torres ‘19 try out the fresh fruit and yogurt bar in Annenberg during Tuesday night’s Brain Break. The addition of the bar is due to recent changes implemented by the Freshman Dean’s Office and the Undergraduate Council, which expanded Annenberg’s Brain Break hours and increased the variety of food offered.

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College

New Spring Break Meal Plan Brings Mixed Reviews

​A new spring break meal plan has received mixed reviews from students who stayed on campus over the weeklong holiday.

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Health

SLAM Delivers Letter to Faust in Support of HUDS Workers

​Several Harvard student groups urged University President Drew G. Faust to join their coalition aimed at improving campus dining service employees’ labor contract, presenting her with a letter Tuesday outlining what they consider problems with the agreement.

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College

Sandwich Cooking Class

HUDS Chef Matthew J. Pierce gave a cooking class on sandwiches, from the classics to new interpretations and flavor combinations, for freshmen on Friday afternoon in Northwest Labs.

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Food and Drink

Learning to Speak Fish

This weekly cooking class, coordinated by Allyson R. Perez ’17, is one of many initiatives organized by the Food Literacy Project, a fellowship program that allows students to explore the food system through academics and experience.

College

Assessing the Meal Plan

The College plans to reshuffle its meal plan for undergraduates who choose to stay on campus this spring break, closing House dining halls and giving students cash stipends for their meals. This is a productive step, yet one that raises larger questions about undergraduate dining.

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HUDS

What Your “Just Going to the D-hall for Coffee” Outfit Says about You

​Once you become a part of house life (or even if you’re particularly comfortable in Annenberg), the dhall will become essentially an extension of your room, albeit a part with more people and less dirty laundry. What you wear when you're only there for a brief visit says a lot about you.

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