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Reflecting on the past four years- Gator grads share stories

By on December 16th, 2011

Graduating seniors from the University of Florida are excited as they wait for their commencement ceremonies. Soon to be graduate Scott Cooper says he has some memories that he won’t ever forget.

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But graduating senior Daniel Pimental says excitement comes with some concern as well.

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All graduates say their time at the Swamp was worth all of the effort.


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