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Post Haste: Watch out for the new iPhone today; Were you at High Fest this weekend?

The newest iPhone could be a lot smaller than the latest editions.

Good morning. Here's what you need to know for Monday, March. 21, 2016:

Smartphone lovers: Keep your eyes on Cupertino, CA this lovely Monday morning.

Reports say Apple, Inc. is poised to release a smaller, less expensive iPhone today that boasts all of the latest features.

The $450 phone, dubbed either the iPhone SE or iPhone 6C, will sport a four inch screen and will have processing capabilities similar to the iPhone 5S.

For comparison, the iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch screen. The 6 Plus has a 5.5-inch screen. A poptart is about 5 inches.

Our digital media director, Clare Palo, wrote today about the new iPhone launch.

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  • The fences up on College Green will be there until September. (The Post)

  • We have everything you need to know about High Fest. (The Post)

  • Bagel Street held yet another Pickle Fest last weekend. (The Post)

Scores and Game Times

Women’s basketball beat Virginia Tech Sunday in the WNIT. Baseball went 2-1 during the weekend in a series at Purdue.

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