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A Visual Arts Update

February 17, 2010

World Aids Day: Searching for a Cure

February 17, 2010

Gregory Kurtzman Staff Writer For many of us at Harriton and in the Lower Merion Community December 1st passed just like any other day.  While that date might not bear any particular significance for most of us, especially...

Top 10 Moments of 2009

February 17, 2010

Alex Settle Staff Writer As we say goodbye to 2009 and hello to 2010, it’s around now that we look back and see what the most memorable moments of the past year were.  The following is a compilation of events that the Harr...

The Baum

January 8, 2010

Lauren Berenbaum Editor-in-Chief I love Community Service. After my amazingly delicious thanksgiving dinner, I found my way slowly waddling to the comfy couch. There, I sat with my family, cousins and all, watching CNN Heroes....

National Novel Writing Month

January 8, 2010

Jackie Milestone News Editor Have you ever wondered how Tolkein, Rowling, or Brontë created the amazing works of literature that they did? Or how any of the great names in writing did it, for that matter? For some, writing...

Harriton’s Going Green

January 8, 2010

Laura Johnston Staff Writer The environment has been the recent topic of conversation: distressing evidence of the effects of global warming have given environmental issues increased popularity. The environment has been a...

The History of American Education Week

January 8, 2010

Samaya Sinha Staff Writer Each year, schools across the nation participate in American Education week. American Education week began with the collaboration of the National Educational Association and the American Legion...

The Herd

January 8, 2010

Adjoa Mante and Jessica Herrmann Staff Writer and Guest Writer If you haven’t yet heard of Harriton’s new school spirit group, “The Herd,” then you must have either been absent from classes or living under a rock....

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