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Because one of the complaints would-be River House residents make about the Quad is that it is unincorporated into Harvard's academic life, the College seems to be making what it considers a concerted effort to move departments and offices there. Social Studies, once ensconced in the Radcliffe Yard on Brattle St., will be in the basement of Hilles Library next fall, and others seem likely to follow.

Dean Fox's office tried to move the General Education Office from its current residence on Div. Ave. up to the Quad, but students successfully resisted the move. The office was to have been moved to 103 Walker St., an eightroom house affiliated with South House, but South House residents argued it would eliminate one of South House's nicest features. Next, they'll want to move the Quad down to the Square.

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