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May 2009

By Halle K Phillips
MAY 2009: Harvard University Hospitality and Dining Services announces that it will eliminate most hot breakfast options in the residential houses beginning the following semester as part of a series of budget cuts across the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Other cuts include the closure of two campus cafes, the downgrading of three junior varsity teams to club status, and reduced shuttle service.
MAY 2009: Harvard University Hospitality and Dining Services announces that it will eliminate most hot breakfast options in the residential houses beginning the following semester as part of a series of budget cuts across the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Other cuts include the closure of two campus cafes, the downgrading of three junior varsity teams to club status, and reduced shuttle service.

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