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President Alison Byerly addressed the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on May 2 about the positive impact higher education has on the state and urged continued support of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, which provides financial aid to college students.

Celine Lawrence ’20, a double major in government & law and philosophy, and Bryan Cocco ’20, an economics major, joined her for the visit to the State Capitol in Harrisburg.

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