The University is proud of the achievements of every single one of our graduates and regrets that any celebration of the day may have been diminished by those monitoring a graduation ceremony.— FLORIDA (@UF) May 6, 2018
And from another angle... pic.twitter.com/iR2ZirCR2Y— hailey 🌺 (@yeliah_) May 6, 2018
UF Twitter 🗣🗣— Chris (@ChicoFreedom) May 5, 2018
Somebody please find out this employee’s name!! Every time a Black student took more than TWO seconds, he aggressively pushed them. Watch it for yourself. #ItsGreatUF pic.twitter.com/zMee1nMbUZ
University President W. Kent Fuchs also released a statement Sunday, saying the accused faculty member was "inappropriately aggressive."
Another one.... pic.twitter.com/imB8mwbICI— Jordy (@_jordanaenae) May 5, 2018
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