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Originally built as a dormitory, Hastings Hall was a gift to Harvard University from Walter Hastings, whose ancestral home was nearby. The building provides living quarters for ninety-six students in sixty suites. Nine scholarly journals edited by Law School students are located throughout the lower level as well.
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