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Lebanon Valley College has announced plans to end what it describes as "low-enrollment majors" in French, German, philosophy and religion. The college says tenured faculty members will not lose positions and some courses in these areas will continue to be taught. A statement from the college said the cuts would produce savings, but that the college was not in financial trouble. Rather it is "proactively restructuring academics" at a time of "seismic shifts happening in higher education."