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    Harvard Dunster House

    Harvard Dunster House is the first of twelve undergraduate houses to be fully renewed under an ambitious, multi-decade program. The River House renovations alone are expected to cost more than USD 1 billion.
    Dunster House, constructed in 1930, is one of the earliest of the seven Houses built according to a plan developed by President A. Lawrence Lowell. It currently houses about 315 students.



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