Show rundown for 8/30/2007

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Virginia Tech Massacre Report

A state panel set by the Governor of Virginia to investigate the April massacre at Virginia Tech releases its report. We speak with Washington Post reporter Tim Craig for the details.

Avoiding Freshman Pitfalls

We speak with the author of the book, "Campus Confidential: The Complete Guide to the College Experience by Students for Students" ...

Pool Warning

Since 1985 at least 33 children, and some adults, have drown after being caught in swimming pool intake drains. We speak to Nancy Baker with the group "Safe Kids" which is pushing for federal pool safety legislation.

Pakistan Power Play

As Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto make contradictory statements over a possible power-sharing deal, we investigate what's really going on ...

Camel Deaths

Saudi Arabia is trying to find out why nearly 2 thousand camels have suddenly and unexpectedly died. Scott MaCleod of Time magazine fills us in on the mysterious deaths.

Brain On Music

Why do certain tunes stay in your head? We speak with studio engineer Daniel Levitan ...

This program aired on August 30, 2007.


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