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Back to School
What do you think about students being back in town?
The college was ranked first among liberal-arts colleges.
Get ready for an influx of students.
Dhruv Pillai was elected president of the national Technology Student Association.
Elections, Back to School
The college ID cards will comply with Pennsylvania's new voter-ID law.
Montgomery County cut $5.25 million to the college.
The court declined to hear the appeal filed by the plan's opponents.
The college will be honored at a June 27 luncheon.
A New York Times article cites Lower Merion students as being among a growing number of teenagers abusing prescription pills.
In a 90-minute Thursday night commencement ceremony at St. Joseph’s University’s Hagan Arena, 208 Harriton seniors graduated and received their diplomas.
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