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Saints News, 5/6/16: Will Smith's Wife Awarded MBA Degree on his Behalf

Will Smith's dream was to become a federal investigator before his death, and last night the University of Miami awarded his wife what would have been the next step towards realizing the dream. Smith had recently graduated UM before his death, and his MBA was one of the several accolades that he was due in 2016 and onward.

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