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Against all odds: a student’s journey at the University of Florida

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The transition from high school to the University of Florida can be easier if your parents or siblings went to school at UF, especially when friends are also attending UF as well.  But for one University of Florida student, it’s not been an easy transition, and she’s determined to see it through to the finish line of graduation. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Isatou Sarr reports.

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