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.
Kelsey Hundley, a senior at Timber Creek High School, builds blocks with Christian during a monthly tutoring session put on by Charisma’s Crayons — a nonprofit organization that aims to give homeless children better educational opportunities — at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Flo…
Michele Gibbs, a senior at Timber Creek High School, shows Jennesis how to leave her mark during a monthly tutoring session put on by Charisma’s Crayons — a nonprofit organization that aims to give homeless children better educational opportunities — at the Coalition for the Homeless of Cent…
Diana Abarca, co-founder and CEO of Charisma’s Crayons, receives a kiss from Nehemiah at a monthly tutoring session put on by Abarca’s nonprofit organization at the Orlando Coalition for the Homeless on Saturday, Nov. 14. At each tutoring session, kids ranging from pre-K to fifth grade come …
Brett Nemeroff stands in front of the UCF Reflecting Pond showing off with his yo-yo. The tricks seem effortless, with the yo-yo spinning into intricate patterns in different directions, only to loop back to its owner for a brief moment before it’s sent off again.
An enthusiastic student stands by the UCF John C. Hitt library, approaching and greeting as many Knights as he can. With a genuine smile, Jesse Rubens shakes students’ hands and begins explaining his support for Hillary Clinton to be the next president of the U.S. Turning his clipboard aroun…
Ed Sheeran stands on top of a makeshift stage as 300 students eagerly soak up every word out of the musician’s mouth.
A UCF student shows off her sign during this year's Slut Walk. Photo courtesy of College Democrats at UCF.
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.
Students hold up signs during this year's Slut Walk. Photo courtesy of College Democrats at UCF.