Student Who Graded Ex's Apology Just Got Good News

Florida university reverses earlier decision to suspend him
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jul 20, 2017 4:14 PM CDT

(Newser) – The student who was suspended from the University of Central Florida because he graded an apology letter from an ex and posted it on Twitter is no longer suspended. UCF suspended Nick Lutz months after the tweet went viral, saying he broke the portions of the university's code of conduct against disruptive behavior and cyber bullying, but after that story made headlines this week the school granted Lutz's request for an appeal and ultimately dismissed the case, the Miami Herald reports. An attorney for Lutz tells WFTV the 21-year-old senior (who gave his ex's letter a D-) will be allowed back in the classroom. (Read more Florida stories.)

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