Harvard Market Closes after 106 years of business

Harvard Market, after 106 years of business, closed on Monday to make way for a student housing project and another CVS Pharmacy, the MN Daily reported.

The Star Tribune reports that students fled to the small convenient grocery store on Monday and took full advantage of the 50 percent off closing deals.

Harvard Market represented a place where several generations of University of Minnesota students went to quench cravings and stock up on ramen.

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