Perspective: Chiefland grads question ‘Big Tobacco’ at UF

Considering the University of Florida’s strong stance against tobacco on campus, some students there are questioning why “big tobacco” was invited to speak Sept. 22.

The meeting with tobacco company Altria, which owns companies such as Marlboro and Skoal, took place in UF’s Hough Hall, the new building for business graduate students, and was publicized by faculty in the business college and the Career Resource Center (CRC). Students who signed up for the CRC’s emails were invited to the event on Tuesday, Sept. 16.

Read more on the Chiefland Citizen’s website.

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