Leslie Hammond, 23, works as a technician with the University of Kentucky Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering. She graduated Sunday with a degree in sustainable agriculture. Early in her college career, she went through an episode of temporary blindness. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff
Leslie Hammond, 23, works as a technician with the University of Kentucky Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering. She graduated Sunday with a degree in sustainable agriculture. Early in her college career, she went through an episode of temporary blindness. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader
Leslie Hammond, 23, works as a technician with the University of Kentucky Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering. She graduated Sunday with a degree in sustainable agriculture. Early in her college career, she went through an episode of temporary blindness. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

University of Kentucky student regained eyesight, persevered

May 04, 2013 6:56 PM

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