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Zachary Greist was looking for a way to make extra cash during the pandemic when a friend told him about an opportunity to make $100 in an hour.

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Ross Leach opens his laptop, starts up Zoom and heads toward uncertainty as he faces a new semester as vice president of UCF's Psi Chi International Honor Society amid a pandemic. The problem was all his fellow board members were strangers.

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Sergio Garay arrived at the Regal Waterford Lakes theater 20 minutes before the movie "Tenet" was on schedule to play.  He sat alone in the theater, patiently waiting for his classmates to join him. No one showed up.

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With news of the COVID-19 outbreak and the quick turnaround to virtual learning, professors and students were quickly forced to battle unique challenges in the spring semester. Professors knew they had to make changes in order to work with students and have a successful fall semester. For Am…

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The early morning sun washed over Lake Claire and dew began to form on the grass under yoga mats laid out in a socially-distanced circle as UCF students found their zen at the Sunrise Yoga session on Nov. 4th.

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The scariest time for Universal Studios is being moved up a notch. With Halloween Horror Nights canceled, Universal decided to satisfy those who still hunger for a good scare by opening up two haunted houses.

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UCF CAPS counselor Vanessa Stein was working from home, sitting in front of her computer ready to host the third Zoom session of her workshop, prepared to face the same issue the previous sessions presented — zero attendance.

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The Orange County government announced $30 million more in funds will be given as part of the CARES Act, but this week during the county's coronavirus weekly update, concerns were raised as to whether that was enough.