Although her mother was very ill and practically bedridden, a little girl was taught how to give a needle injection with an orange.
At the UCF Downtown campus there are many different neighborhoods and districts that surround it. There is the Central Business District where companies such as Suntrust bank are located and high class luxury apartments.
Teachers everywhere are trying to adapt to remote and distance learning while keeping up with their personal lives.
While most sports teams have had to forfeit their seasons this year because of COVID-19, two UCF students are refusing to throw in the towel.
You sit in your room for hours googling how to create a bomb cover letter and what exactly needs to be on your resume, just to realize you’re more confused than when you started.
A UCF student walks around campus wearing dark blue trousers, a light blue button up with the sleeves rolled up just a bit, a delicate tank underneath for layering and some white shoes. To complete the look, he accessorizes with a pearl necklace and some vintage sunglasses.
Music before COVID-19 was something we all took for granted. Whether it was going to rehearsal or a concert, it was never given a second thought as to how precious that would be.
Robert Burns (center) plays cello with his partners Sal Manning (keyboard) and Travis Sinsabaugh (drums) at the Centennial Park, Sanford, on Oct. 24.
Choir students are wearing masks and standing six feet apart from each other, looking at the lyrics on paper and singing along to Kelly Miller's command gesture on Tuesday.
Kelly Miller stands by the music stand and directs her students to practice the chorus outside the Visual Arts Building on Tuesday. Since the fall semester began, Miller's women's choir has met twice a week for outdoor rehearsals, even as the pandemic continues.
Kelly Miller's women's choir is having outdoor rehearsal and singing Cynthia Erivo's, "Stand Up" under the awning of the Visual Arts Building on Tuesday.
Robert Burns (left) plays cello with his partners Sal Manning (keyboard) and Travis Sinsabaugh (drums) at the Centennial Park, Sanford, on Oct. 24. Burns is a junior biomedical science students, but he likes to play jazz in different groups in his spare time.
Kelly Miller gives guidance to her women's choir about song performance on Tuesday. Miller's women's choir has met twice a week for outdoor rehearsals since the semester began.
Robert Burns is pictured in the center giving a jazz show with his partners Sal Manning and Travis Sinsabaugh on Oct. 22 in a bar. Burns is a junior biomedical sciences major and plays jazz in different groups in his spare time.
Kelly Miller is teaching choral music to her students as they rehearse Cynthia Erivo's, "Stand Up" on Tuesday.
This is the final installment of Centric Magazine’s exclusive digital series about small businesses that have flourished during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ro's Organics' founder and CEO Sarah Royer proudly represents her company with a new t-shirt design.
Two products currently being sold by Ro's Organics: the Lemongrass and Moringa Tea Rinse and the Aloe Remedy spray.
This is the second installment of Centric Magazine’s exclusive digital series about small businesses that have flourished during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This is the first installment of Centric Magazine’s exclusive digital series about small businesses that have flourished during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For a journalism student, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing your name in print. Feeling the smooth pages under your hands as your fingers trace every single word. A collection of human stories. This is a feeling that all students from Centric magazine have the ability to experience.
After being kicked out of bars for wearing a UCF polo and watching a rival team’s fan attack the opposing team’s band director, Keith Casiano said he decided to chisel out a new tradition that calls for one thing: hospitality.
There are more than 68,000 students at UCF who represent different parts of the country, of the world, various races, cultures and ways of identifying themselves. The new Latinx exhibition at the UCF Art Gallery, “Coalesce," accurately compares to who UCF is as a university.
Keppra: 1,500 mg.
Amasha Rajaguru can recall the exact moment she ended the chapter on her childhood and started planning out her life: 9:31 p.m. on April 1, 2012.
When a college graduate walks across the stage in a cap and gown to take their diploma, they are typically around 22 years old and ready to take on the world for the first time.
Britt Massing, 48, stands with his wife Kathy Massing, 46, (left), Decker Massing, 6, (far left) and Parker Massing, 9, (right) at the UCF Foundation before the UCF football game on Nov. 10. Massing and his wife set up an endowment through the UCF Foundation to help students going through re…
The UCF Game Developing Knights kicked off the annual Spooky Jam at the Orlando Tech Center on Nov. 27. The annual event, which runs through the weekend, grants students the opportunity to experience the entire process of creating a video game. This year Game Developing Knight President, Adr…
If you walk into UCF men’s basketball head coach Johnny Dawkins’ office, you’ll see his old uniforms from his playing days at Duke University and the NBA. You’ll see pictures of him working with athletes such as Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. You’ll also see him breaking down film of his play…
His new beginning started with a high school diploma, a three-hour road trip north and a baseball cap.
Eight years ago, Daniel Griffis helped try to bring a blonde-haired baby girl back to life, but despite CPR efforts made by him, fellow firefighters and other first responders, she lost her life.
Britt Massing did what many students consider a stereotypical college experience and pledged a fraternity at UCF his freshman year of college.