Source: https://www.thecrimson.com/, November 8, 2019
By: Delano R. Franklin and Samuel W. Zwickel
Harvard administrators relocated several Dunster House affiliates into temporary accommodations after discovering an outbreak of mold in September, according to several affected students.
Kazi Tasnim ’22, who lives in Dunster, said House administrators moved residents of two separate suites to “emergency singles” and empty spots in suites throughout the house for more than two weeks. Harvard brought in an outside contractor to clean up the mold during that time, according to Zachary M. Gingo, associate dean for physical resources and planning for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Read more.