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After the Storm

Published October 17, 2018


While Tallahassee was spared the full force of Hurricane Michael on Wednesday, October 10, many in the Florida panhandle suffered terrible destruction. The Florida State University main campus has returned, thankfully, to normal operations, but there remains much to do for our neighbors in Florida. For those interested in participating in relief efforts, through donations or volunteer activities, FSU has provided a guide to several opportunities to help: Hurricane Michael: How To Help. We appreciate the thoughts and support of our community and our wonderful alumni.

Pardon our nearly-empty newsletter the other day. We were all home cleaning up from the storm and dealing with power outages, and the mail server, left to its own devices, sent a newsletter by itself. And now for the real October Art History News.

A transformer explosion seen through heavy rain and winds cover FSU main campus as Hurricane Michael pummels the Panhandle, October 10, 2018. The Panama City campus was badly damaged and will remain closed indefinitely. (AP Photo / Chris O’Meara)