Students enrolled at Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities are reacting to the teachers' strike

10.20.16 | Bob Price

The strike is now two days old and shows no sign of letting up.
One students says she's concerned that graduation dates may be impacted.  Others are concerned about how long the strike will last.

Health-care, compensation and professor workload are just a few of the sticking points to the labor impasse which has sidelined 105,000 students across the commonwealth.

The university system says it does have a contingency place to ensure that students graduate on-time should the strike linger.