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UF officials monitoring campus safety concerns

By and on December 12th, 2011

The University of Florida is fielding parent concerns about recent assaults near campus. WUFT-FM’s Briana Rittersporn says the University is working to ensure the safety and comfort of both students and parents.

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Despite University efforts, some students are still concerned for their safety.  UF student Shannon Howell says she feels scared because the assault happened near her house.

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Howell says she thinks authorities are doing the best they can.


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