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Documentary Institute Students Denied Use Of Footage Taken In Haiti


A couple of University of Florida graduate students are not settling on some options University officials are giving them in regards to the violation of a travel ban to Haiti. The two UF documentary students insist on using the footage they shot on their privately funded trip to Haiti after the quake hit, but as Lynsey Saunders reports, UF officials say the footage can’t be used in their thesis because it goes against the policy the University has in place.

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