During a talk titled "The City of Lancaster: Its Past, Present and Future," Mayor Rick Gray talked about the city's transformation into a regional arts and cultural center that celebrates historic preservation and sustainability.
Franklin & Marshall College sustained minimal adverse effects from Hurricane Sandy and will resume all normal operations Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Franklin & Marshall College has extended its closure to Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29-30 because of severe weather expected from Hurricane Sandy. The College is closed except for critical and essential staff. All classes and scheduled activities have been cancelled and all administrative buildings will be closed Monday and Tuesday in an effort to ensure the safety and security of individuals on campus.
Because of severe weather expected from Hurricane Sandy, Franklin & Marshall College will be closed except for critical and essential staff Monday, Oct. 29.
Franklin & Marshall College officials are monitoring the progress of Hurricane Sandy as it travels up the East Coast. The College is taking precautionary measures to prepare for heavy winds and rain that currently are expected to affect the Lancaster area and F&M campus beginning late Sunday, Oct. 28.
A new system for human resources and payroll information at Franklin & Marshall College will soon eliminate various payroll and other paper documents and make it easier for employees to manage information online.