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Editorial: 135-acre campus for sale in Lancaster?

Last year's withdrawal of an $800,000 annual subsidy to Lancaster's Atlantic Union College from one of its major funding sources appears to have been the death knell for the struggling Seventh-day Adventist School. Classes will cease by year end. While only 69 students were enrolled last year, the shuttering will have consequences for the school's employees and the town. Originally founded in 1882, Atlantic Union had close to 1,000 students just 20 years ago. While the closure is stu ...

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