Therapist Stacy Nale-Stadom stands at the front of an empty room, waiting for students to file in for the "Only Yes Means Yes for Sex" discussion. The room remained empty during the entire presentation. Photo by Kimberly Slichter.
Graphic courtesy of Apeejay Stya University.
Graphic by Kimberly Slichter.
Natalie speaks about her experience in Israel this past summer. Photo by Nada Hassanein.
Natalie and Ben discuss their perspectives on the conflict in Israel. Photos by Nada Hassanein.
As UCF students Natalie and Ben sat facing one another in the John C. Hitt Library, the only visible divide was in the colors of the stained glass behind them. In Israel, their people are separated by a wall.
“Meanwhile, the joyful anticipation deepens.”
In between electrical engineering studies, student Saint-Surin Paul, 46, studies the English language. It’s not out of fascination for the language — it’s to learn it.
Knowing UCF’s large population can create a difficult dating environment for students, UCF graduate student Richie Frost did something to change it.
As the October sun faded over Bright House Networks Stadium, Beatrice Plummer took her seat in the section dubbed for families. The pregame butterflies that affect even the most confident players affect her as well. But after kickoff, and the first hit, they subside.
Standing in the designated free-speech zone under mossy trees, a cheerful young man holds a sign that says “Free Hugs.” Behind the sign is a student who just wants to brighten someone’s day.
Maybe you’ve seen him around campus. His stature demands attention, and his opponents on the basketball court are forced to notice him. If you have seen him, he’s likely seen you as well. He towers above the crowded campus.
At 7 a.m., when the Student Union is speckled with tired students, a sole Knightstop worker is behind a counter creating sushi that will feed up to a few hundred people.
Mallory Minor lost nearly 100 pounds in the span of two years, thanks to a healthy diet and consistent workout regimen. Photo courtesy of Mallory Minor.
For some college students, fear of falling victim to the freshman 15 provokes them to venture out to the gym every once in a while. But for others, such as 23-year-old Mallory Minor, the battle with weight and body image took more than just a trip to the gym.
On Sundays at St. George’s Greek Orthodox Church in Downtown Orlando, many people gather in search of something most others take for granted.
Two innovative students have taken the monotonous task of commuting around UCF’s campus to a whole new level: Sophomore advertising and public relations student Alfredo Salkeld and junior film student Ray Cartagena ride unicycles.
A place facilitating good health must stay in good order. Keeping things clean and orderly is exactly what the UCF Recreation and Wellness Center custodial staff does, and it does it with a smile.
In South Point Park, Miami, a crowd quickly gathers to witness a high-profile photo shoot featuring Aleksandra Dubrovskaya, a contestant on “The Face,” a reality show where supermodels compete to be the face of a major brand’s campaign. Behind the camera is 22-year-old UCF student Carlos Vel…
UCF student Sabrina Abu-Obeid can carry a tune while bathing herself in Yoo-hoo. We're impressed and you should be too! The digital media and web design major works alongside her boyfriend as lead singer of her rock band, TeraBrite. Abu-Obeid receives millions of views and was featured in ou…