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"We had this idea, which we are now hitting pause on," said Huff.
"It was a win for the day for us in the aspect that we felt students were heard," said Fossett. "But to say we're happy with it just being postponed and it just staying the way it is. That is not something we're necessarily happy with."
Huff said students and the chancellor will meet in the coming weeks in hopes of coming up with a solution that works for everyone.
"We really want the chancellor and everyone to know that we are open to compromise. We really want to better this university and if there are ways to do it, we are willing to do so," said Fossett.
"Hopefully we'll come up with a resolution everyone's good with," said Huff. "We know our students are passionate about issues, and this is certainly one of them and our hats are off to them for speaking up about this."