NewsWorks Tonight, August 31, 2017 – Full Show


    Pennsylvania school leaders are growing anxious, as the state budget impasse wears on. Freshman year can be tough, but even more so when your college was in the path of Hurricane Harvey. Thomas Jefferson University’s Tim Mosca discusses a database he’s started, offering lab facilities to displaced Texas researchers.  Villanova engineering students and faculty are returning from summer service projects in Cambodia and Nicaragua.  And the University of Delaware’s Star campus is experiencing a growth spurt.  The University of Pennsylvania Museum is exhuming the remains of a 19th century serial killer, for the History Channel.

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