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The magazine's 2013 rankings came out Monday.
Stacey R. Sauchuk will be the first woman to lead the educational institution.
The proposed real estate taxes have been decreased from the originally proposed 4.4 percent, but not by much.
The Friends of Harriton Crew is having a Name the Boat fundraiser.
Two private schools petitioned for and received traffic calming twice a day.
Finding $1 million in the school district's budget would bring it to about 3.8 percent.
The school's dean of admissions and interim dean of enrollment is leaving her post.
Thousands have created videos that aim to help young members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
A 23,000 square-foot Student Commons and Arts Center is among the next projects.
Dr. Jane McAuliffe's departure will make her tenure the shortest in the women's college's history.
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