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Road to Retirement (College Towns) #1043932

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 20, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Chris Jansing) The growing number of retirees moving to college communities featured; details given about offers of discounted or free tuition for older students. [Oxford, Mississippi residents Bonnie and Denny SIEBERT††- says there is so much to do.] [University of Mississippi chancellor Dan JONES†- says there is lots of culture, athletics and fun things to do.] [Pomona College professor Gary KATES†- says the seniors’ questions and reactions can model a different approach to the material.] [Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Dr. Alicia ARBAJE†- says active involvement of the brain can be important for decreasing the chances of dementia or cognitive decline.] [Oxford resident David DYKE††- says he wouldn’t look forward to sitting around comparing pills.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Jansing, Chris
Duration:
00:02:40

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