Students prepare for first Specter Center exhibit on JFK assassination: WHYY Newsworks

PhilaU architecture and graphic design students are preparing for next fall’s opening exhibit of the Arlen Specter Center for Public Policy at Philadelphia University, which will focus on the Warren Commission report on the JFK assassination, WHYY Newsworks reported April 25.   Architecture students in David Kratzer’s design-build studio class are working on a full-scale model of the Lincoln limousine that President Kennedy was riding in when he was shot, which will give viewers insights into the single-bullet conclusion that Specter and the Commission came to.  Architecture students Taylor Klemm, Robert Garcia and Henry Thomas, and Specter Center Coordinator and Gutman Library Director Karen Albert were featured in the story.

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