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News: Tuesday, Jan. 4

Dana Hamp Gulick (Source: Provided)

Dana Hamp Gulick (Source: Provided)
Dana Hamp Gulick (Source: Provided)


Warwick School District struggles with staffing: The district says it may need to switch to synchronous or asynchronous remote learning in some classes or buildings due to pandemic-related absences. (Source: WGAL)

Franklin & Marshall College starts semester in remote mode: Students will return to campus beginning Jan. 29, with classes taking place online from Jan. 18 through Jan. 28. (Source: CBS 21)

Dana Hamp Gulick announces run against state Rep. Mike Sturla: Gulick, of Manheim Township, would run against Sturla in the newly redrawn and yet to be finalized 96th House district.   (Source: LNP)

Elizabethtown College president resigns: Cecilia M. McCormick, the college's first female president, cited personal reasons. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: U.S. records a record 1 million+ new Covid-19 cases Monday. (Source: UPI) Only 40% of Republicans acknowledge Jan. 6 attack was highly violent. (Source: AP) Elizabeth Holmes convicted of fraud. (Source: CBS News) Schumer threatens to change filibuster rules. (Source: The Hill)