Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by akaGatorhoops, May 6, 2018.
... graduated from UF this weekend.
Now we can add him to our Telecommunication Dept graduate all star team—Eugene McDowell, Dan Cross, Chandler Parsons, Patric Young
Great job, Chiozza. Yet another reason to admire that dude.
My oldest granddaughter was telling me about that earlier this evening at dinner. Said he got one heck of an ovation when his name was announced.
And D Anderson and Jaterra Bonds
Well done! Thank s for 4 great years .
Interestingly and unsurprisingly, Communications today, 2nd perhaps only to Psychology, is the most popular major for most young students.
Also unsurprising that so many former Gator Basketball players chose this Discipline.
We Geezers well recall how this was not very popular in the 1960s, largely because the Microchip wasn't created until about 1960, and wasn't really widely available until the early-to-mid 1970s (that's when calculators replaced slide rules in Engineering Colleges), by 1975, you almost couldn't find slide rules at College Bookstores. Not quite as rare as an Abacus, but historic by then.
Was going to post this very topic. Saw it on fb. He work his jersey underneath his gown. Thought that was great.
I hope he wasn't pulled or shoved off the stage.
^ I doubt he decided to make it all about himself