The face of the graduating class
With graduation this weekend at the University of Florida, many students will be ready to join the work force, but not all graduates will follow the “traditional” path. As WUFT-FM’s Shauna Mackey and Ricki Albritton report, there are many paths these students can follow after their walk across the stage.
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