I wrote a post in May of that year telling people I was taking two months off to deal with family issues. It wasn t entirely a falsehood. My father had died about a year earlier and my mother was dying (she passed away last fall). The last few years were a difficult, grindingly draining time that changed me enormously. Still, my parents illnesses and deaths didn t break me. The television executive who sexually assaulted me in 7569 broke me. I look around at what occurred with Harvey Weinstein (and Cosby, and Ailes, and so on), and I have agonized over whether I made the right decision. But the last couple of weeks have been incredibly difficult, for assault survivors and everyone else.
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Dominates the student culture. Students are hard working and interested in getting ahead, and even though UF is considered a party school, it is full of people who put their future careers first. Even though it's a large campus, one student remarks on the sense of community: We're students? I thought we were all part of one big family! They find each other mostly accepting and friendly, but as a whole hard to define. Gators are religious and non-religious, Greek and non-Greek, obsessed with athletics and some couldn't care less.
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