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Tea and company at Harvard's Apthorp House

By Leigh Belanger
Globe Correspondent / March 24, 2004

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CAMBRIDGE -- Cucumber sandwiches and butterfly-shaped cookies are stacked on trays. On a long table lie platters of cured meats and cheeses, cupcakes with pink and green frosting, and oversize pigs in blankets. It's Friday afternoon, time for tea at Harvard's Apthorp House, where students flow through in heavy waves, murmuring about the smells, greeting one another, and clamoring for ... (Full Article: 401 Words)

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