What should students do during the Pa. universities strike?

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016
What should students do during the strike?
Faculty members went on strike at 14 Pennsylvania state universities, impacting more than 100,000 students.
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PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- If you are a student in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and are wondering what to do during the strike, here are details for four of the universities in our area:

KUTZTOWN UNIVERSITY

Students are to report to all classes as usual on Wednesday, regardless of the outcome of the negotiations. The KU University Relations Office and the President's Office will continue to provide updates throughout the day and night via KU email as available. Also, please continue to monitor the news section of the KU website for additional information.

CHEYNEY UNIVERSITY OF PA.

Students should plan to attend their scheduled classes every day and may leave if a professor does not arrive after 10-15 minutes.

WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY

Students should plan to attend their scheduled classes every day and may leave if a professor does not arrive.

EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY

The university will remain open and will continue to operate to the greatest extent possible. Individual faculty members have the right to choose whether to go on strike or to continue working. By law, faculty members have the right to decline to participate in a strike and to remain in their classrooms and continue their classes for their students. Students are expected to continue to report to class until informed otherwise by the university.

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October 19, 2016: Striking faculty members set up picket lines at 14 Pennsylvania state universities including West Chester University in West Chester, Pa.
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