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Harvard undergraduates will be able to eat week-day lunches on interhouse at the Radcliffe Graduate Center starting today, Mary I. Bunting, Radcliffe President, announced last week.
There will be no quota on the number of men who can eat at the Center, located at 6 Ash Street, near the Loeb Drama Center. Radcliffe students have been allowed to eat lunch on interhouse for several years. Lunch hours are from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Ellen Messer '69, president of the Radcliffe Union of Students, said that the RUS food committee is working to extend the number of interhouse nights at Radcliffe, now limited to three.
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