News and Public Affairs

Title: Flint Water Crisis Update Runtimes: 00:04:49 Station: WETA | PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Description: Flint Michigan is still a city in crisis, what has happened since the Flint water crisis started? Type: Segment
Title: Peer Helpers Support Mental Wellness Runtimes: 00:03:19 Station: WETA | PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Description: Lebanon Valley College supports mental health with a 50/50 peer to peer counseling program Type: Segment
Title: Recycling for Cancer Research Runtimes: 00:01:58 Station: WETA | PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Description: Cancer research finds new uses for old brain tissue Type: Segment
Title: Mental health patients heal through art Runtimes: 00:02:17 Station: WETA | PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Description: Students find out how Art Works helps mental health patients heal. Type: Segment
Title: Martial Arts program punches low life expectancies Runtimes: 00:01:58 Station: WETA | PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Description: One woman takes on the hard streets of Roxbury, Massachusetts with fitness and nutrition. Type: Segment
Title: Crisis Doesn’t Take A Time Out Runtimes: 00:04:17 Station: WETA | PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Description: Time Out Youth provides space to get support and be yourself. Type: Segment
Title: Could mental health treatment prevent mass shootings? Runtimes: 00:03:27 Station: NJTV Description: Health care professionals see gun violence as a public health epidemic. Type: Segment
Title: MVC working hard to reduce inconvenience of Real ID licenses Runtimes: 00:05:46 Station: NJTV Description: Sue Fulton speaks with Michael Aron about the status of REAL ID implementation in NJ. Type: Segment
Title: Head of MVC defends mandate to switch to Real ID licenses Runtimes: 00:05:06 Station: NJTV Description: Aron continues his conversation with Sue Fulton about the MVC's implementation of REAL ID. Type: Segment
Title: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School welcomes new class Runtimes: 00:03:07 Station: NJTV Description: 178 students started their education at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Type: Segment