A Pennsylvania high school is having to send out new diplomas to their graduates because, in the body of the diploma, “Northampton” was spelled “Northhampton.”

The school’s website says that the mistake was the fault of the printer in Minneapolis.

Soon, however, all graduates will have the new diplomas in hand, as concrete proof that they graduated from “Northampton, Pensillvanya.”


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  3. MieshaTate on July 29th, 2016 11:02 am

    They simply utilized one wrong letter. I simply need to know whether i have to go transform it or not, or in the event that it makes a difference. Also, i say its their flaw since i composed the right path on a bit of paper can i pay someone to do my assignment they ask on and after that they called me into affirm it since it was not quite the same as the one they had on record and i let them know the one on record was incorrectly spelled and the one i composed was correct.

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