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Winthrop Sit-In 2

By Naomi S. Castellon-Perez
Nearly 200 undergraduates wearing red sat in the Winthrop House dining hall Friday to call for administrative action months after Winthrop Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. announced his decision to represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Nearly 200 undergraduates wearing red sat in the Winthrop House dining hall Friday to call for administrative action months after Winthrop Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. announced his decision to represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

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