Students ask Bethune-Cookman to resume talks with Ed Reed

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HELD A PROTEST ON THE BETUNE COOKMAN UNIVERSITY CAMPUS IN DAYTONA BEACH TODAY. STUDENTS ARE AROUND THAT THE UNIVERSITY HAS ENDED CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS WITH PROSPECTIVE FOOTBALL COACH AND FORMER NFL GREAT ED REED. SUMMER: AS CLAIRE METZ FROM WESH 2 REPORTED, THEY THINK IT IS RETALIATION FOR REED COMMENTS MADE RECENTLY ON SOCIAL MEDIA THAT STUDENTS BELIEVE TO BE THE TRUTH. REPORTER: HUNDREDS OF BETUNE COOKMAN STUDENTS SENT A MESSAGE TO THE ADMINISTRATION, TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO LISTEN, WITH A PEACEFUL, BUT VOCAL PROTEST ON CAMPUS. >> WE EXPRESS CONCERNS, SEND EMAILS ALL THE TIME. NO ANSWER, SO THIS IS WHAT ARRIVED. REPORTER: THIS COMES AFTER THE UNIVERSITY STOPPED IN NEGOTIATIONS WITH PROSPECTIVE FOOTBALL COACH ED REED TAKEN TO SOCIAL MEDIA, USING EXPRESSIONS TO CRITICIZE BCU’S PHYSICAL CONDITIONS, SAYING THAT EVEN HIS OFFICE WAS NOT CLEAN. REED LATER APOLOGIZES, BUT THE UNIVERSITY DECIDED THIS WEEKEND TO REOPEN HIS SEARCH. WHILE STUDENTS ARE MAKING PETITIONS TO BRING REED BACK, THEY SAY IT’S TIME FOR THEM TO Speak Out, Too. >> WE HAVE A VOICE AND WE MUST USE THAT VOICE. REPORTER: BCU STUDENT TYRONE FRANKLIN JR. IT’S A QUARTERBACK FROM THE FOOTBALL TEAM, DISAPPOINTED THAT THE UNIVERSITY DROPED ED REED. >> A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE SAID THIS FOR A LONG TIME. REPORTER: STUDENTS SHARING PHOTOS OF WHAT THEY SAY ARE SOME CAMPUS CONCERNS, INCLUDING BROKEN DOORS AND MOLD IN THE DORM ROOMS EVEN GROWING INTO STUDDY ANIMALS. MANY HERE HAVE TOLD US THAT ED REED TOLD THE TRUTH ABOUT THE PROBLEMS AT SCHOOL AND THEY SHOW UP, EVEN MARCHED IN THE STREET TO HAVE EVERYTHING HEARD AGAIN. AT THE END OF THE DAY THEY SAY THIS IS WHAT THEY WANT LEADERS TO ANSWER

Protesting students call for Bethune-Cookman to resume talks with Ed Reed

Students at Bethune-Cookman University are urging leaders to restart contract negotiations with Pro Football Hall of Famer Ed Reed. The protest spread to the street in front of the campus. “We have expressed concerns. We send emails all the time. No response, so this is what happened,” said Student Body Vice President Janaya Jones. He got to that point after the university broke off negotiations with future head football coach Ed Reed. This weekend he said he couldn’t sign his contract because he couldn’t ratify the details of it. Reed took to social media, using profanity to criticize BCU’s physical condition, claiming that not even his office was clean. Reed later apologized, but the university decided this weekend to reopen its search. While students are petitioning to bring Reed back, they say it’s time for them to speak up too. . said. Franklin is a quarterback on the football team, disappointed that the university released Reed. Top headlines: Orlando leaders move forward with plan to add restrictions on downtown bars, nightclubs Body cam video shows police pleading with wife accused of killing her husband at Daytona Beach Hospital, Central Florida Educators React to Governor DeSantis’ Teachers’ Bill of Rights “I think he should show what we’re going through as a student body. A lot of people have been saying that for a long time,” Franklin said. Students shared photos of what they say are some of the campus concerns, including broken doors and mold in dorm rooms, some even growing on stuffed animals. “The first few months I was here, I got really sick from the mold. My shower makes my skin crawl because they really don’t care about their students’ health,” said BCU student Saeeda Suber. Many at the protest say Reed spoke the truth about issues at the school and they showed up, even marched down the street to hear it all over again. Ultimately, they say this is what they want leaders to respond to. “What is the next step? How do we resolve this? What can they do to make it better for all the students here?” Jones said. Previous Coverage: Fans Excited to Welcome Ed Reed to Bethune-Cookman Football

Students at Bethune-Cookman University are urging leaders to restart contract negotiations with Pro Football Hall of Famer Ed Reed.

The protest spread to the street in front of the campus.

“We have expressed concerns. We send emails all the time. No response, so this is what happened,” said student body vice president Janaya Jones.

It got to that point after the university broke off negotiations with future head football coach Ed Reed. This weekend he said he couldn’t sign his contract because he couldn’t ratify the details of it. Reed took to social media, using profanity to criticize BCU’s physical condition, claiming that not even his office was clean. Reed later apologized, but the university decided this weekend to reopen its searches.

While the students are asking to bring Reed back, they say it’s time for them to speak up too.

“We have a voice and we must use that voice,” said Tyrone Franklin Jr., a BCU student.

Franklin is a quarterback on the football team, disappointed that the university dropped Reed.

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“I think he should show what we are going through as a student body. A lot of people have been saying that for a long time,” Franklin said.

Students shared photos of what they say are some of the campus concerns, including broken doors and mold in dorm rooms, some even growing on stuffed animals.

“The first few months I was here, I got really sick from mold. My shower makes my skin crawl because they really don’t care about their students’ health,” said BCU student Saeeda Suber.

Many at the protest say Reed spoke the truth about the school’s problems and they showed up, even marching in the street to have it all heard again. Ultimately, they say this is what they want leaders to respond to.

“What’s the next step? How do we resolve this? What can they do to make it better for all the students here?” Jones said.

Previous Coverage: Fans Excited to Welcome Ed Reed to Bethune-Cookman Football

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