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The Mount welcomes 1,000 students

NEWBURGH - Among the new programs this year at Mount Saint Mary College is criminology and a five-year curriculum in history and adolescent education


Kiera Ahern, top bunk, and Taylor O’Brien, both from Long Island,
get help from Doreen Ahern (standing) as Mount Saint Mary
College welcomed students on Sunday (photo: Lee Ferris)


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