Clear policy on hazing at UF
As Florida A&M trustees begin a two-day meeting today, hazing is on the agenda. WUFT FM’s Carolyn Brewster says officials at UF are confident their policies will keep discussions like this far from Gainesville.
University of Florida Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Jen Shaw says hazing can span all different types of organizations, from fraternities and sororities to religiously affiliated organizations, but the University stays on top of any problems.
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