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WHHS 99.9 FM turns 65

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This Saturday, December 6, WHHS 99.9 FM is turning 65 years old! As the country’s oldest, continuously broadcasting high school radio station, alumni, current staff, and friends of the station are gathering this Friday, December 5, to celebrate this landmark in student-run broadcasting right here at Haverford.

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