Leverett House dining hall, otherwise unofficially known as "Bistro Lev," has been recently classified as an assembly/residence.
This spring, FM returned to The Crimson’s archives to explore the history of Memorial Hall and the memories that exist within its walls.
A snowman sits in a window near the Adams dining hall.
Ornaments adorn the Quincy house tree. Quincy dining hall also has dozens of paper snowflakes dangling from the ceiling.
Cooks fill orders on the opening day of Tasty Burger in the Square.
Customers step out of the rain and into Tasty Burger on the restaurant's opening day in the Square.
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