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Hills Review - Spring 2016

The Hills Review is a newsletter published seasonally, keeping readers up to date with the latest College news
The new building is now OPEN!
The new building is now OPEN!
The Hills Review Spring 2016 edition has arrived!

For those of you who are unaware, the Hills Review is a newsletter that is published three times a year, keeping readers both inside and outside of the College up to date with College activity.

You can read it here:
hillsreviewapr2016.pdf

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