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How many FSU students does it take to change a light bulb?

2 – one to find a bigger, better light bulb than The University of Florida, and one to change it.

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The FSU experience may not be typically Floridian - you won’t find Cuban cafe con leche or stunning beaches here in the famous Panhandle (unless you drive an hour or so to the snow white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico) – but it is quintessentially American, complete with varsity sports, fraternities and a gorgeous brick campus. The international program here is fantastic – and the large number of students who study abroad nicely compliment the students who come her to study from abroad.

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