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How Often Are Penn State’s Private Planes Flying During a Budget Crunch?

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Over a month, Penn State used its university-owned planes close to fifty times. This comes after the university increased tuition and instituted a hiring freeze. WITF’s Robby Brod explains officials won’t explain the reasons for the trips or say who was on board.

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(Original air-date: 12/12/22)

Robby Brod is WITF's Democracy Beat Reporter covering mis/disinformation and the harm they cause communities across Pennsylvania.