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Several dosen students spent most of Saturday assembling umpteen-hundred rods into a complex architectural structure which will enclose the Leverett House Arts festival. In addition to the persons who organized the project and saw it completely through, an even greater number dropped by for an hour or two's work during the day. Not only did the project provide a welcome reminder that Harvard still has plenty of students willing to spend time on a constructive, community project, it also drew the graduate students, tutors, and undergraduates who participated into a refreshingly cohesive collection.

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