So forget the rhetoric. Forget the accusations, the name-calling . . .
The students of USF Polytechnic are not in favor of this split. We know this because a survey of nearly 200 students conducted a few months ago showed that 84 percent of them hated the idea.
The faculty at USF Polytechnic is also against the split. We know this because a survey of more than half the staff showed 77 percent did not agree with the move.
The Board of Governors is not in favor of an immediate split. We know this because a board vote recommended a more methodical plan toward independence.
The chairman of the Senate's higher education committee is not happy with the split. We know this because he said it out loud while questioning why this issue was never brought before his committee for review . . ."
It gets worse.
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