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    Hello everyone!

    The Harvard Crimson reported that four of the seven sections of 1Ls voted to use discretionary funds to host food events with striking food service workers. (The remaining sections voted to pool the individual, and voluntary, contributions.) Historically, the discretionary funds are used for community building activities and, unsurprisingly, there was ‘spirited debate’ between the students and administration when the students’ intentions became clear.

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    pashedmotato
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    How many of these supposedly bright law school students will continue to support the workers by eating on campus when it becomes cheaper to eat elsewhere?

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    Aaron Li
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    Are these same HLS students supposed to be our future leaders?

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    diptop
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    Liberalism could be Harvard’s undoing.

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