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Statewide University Response

A look at how Florida’s 12 public schools responded to Hurricane Irma.

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Illustration by Ivan Benavides

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

Illustration by Ivan Benavides

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While Irma rapidly approached Florida in early September, FAU monitored its progress to determine how heavy handed its response should be.

The following is a rundown of how the 12 universities in the State University System of Florida reacted to Irma.

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Nate Nkumbu is a staff writer for the University Press. For information regarding this or other stories, email nukumbu94@gmail.com or tweet him @FoureyedNate.

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