She also congratulated the student volunteers who have staffed the shelter since its inception in 1983.
Alina Das '01, director of the shelter, said she considers the program a success.
The only student-run shelter in the country, Harvard Sq. Homeless Shelter provides nightly service for about two dozen guests.
"It builds a sense of community," said Das. "Volunteers and guests get to know each other very well."
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