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    University of Scranton Political Science Professor Jean Harris, Ph.D., was among those interviewed by BBC World News America anchor Laura Trevelyan during BBC World News coverage of the upcoming U.S. election. The team from BBC’s Washington, D.C., Bureau included Scranton alumnus Ted Tait ’86, chief engineer for BBC. They broadcasted live interviews and reports throughout the day on Oct. 31 from the balcony of Brennan Hall.

    Professor Among Those Interviewed by BBC World News

    University of Scranton Political Science Professor Jean Harris, Ph.D., was among those interviewed by BBC World News America anchor Laura Trevelyan during BBC World News coverage of the upcoming U.S. election. The team from BBC’s Washington, D.C., Bureau included Scranton alumnus Ted Tait ’86, chief engineer for BBC. They broadcasted live interviews and reports throughout the day on Oct. 31 from the balcony of Brennan Hall.
    November 1, 2022

    A team from BBC World News broadcasted live reports on the upcoming U.S. election from the balcony of the Rose Room of Brennan Hall on the campus of The University of Scranton. Scranton alumnus Ted Tait ’86, chief engineer for BBC, Washington, D.C., Bureau, was among the BBC team who broadcasted live reports and interviews about the election throughout the day on Oct. 31.

    University of Scranton Political Science Professor Jean Harris, Ph.D., was among those interviewed by BBC World News America anchor Laura Trevelyan during the broadcast.

    University of Scranton students Alexander Nunez, Hackettstown, New Jersey, and Kelly Nee, Hopatcong, New Jersey, both journalism and electronic media majors, served as student ambassadors during the visit. Nee also serves as editor of The Aquinas, Scranton’s student newspaper. The University’s Public Relations Intern, Edward Fargis, an English major from Ho Ho Kus, New Jersey, was also on hand. Rev. Joseph Marina, S.J., president of the University, visited the BBC team during a break in the broadcast.

    Trevelyan tweeted a thank you to the University for its hospitality.
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