In today's webcast, we have the latest news on Markeith Loyd. Plus, Governor Rick Scott is looking to UCF for some help with the Zika virus. Also, reporter Talia Blake tells us how students are being challenged to bounce out of their normal routine. And, Rollins College officials suspends al…
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Knightly News reporter Kami Hernandez tells us how Student Care Services brought a whole new meaning to walking in someone else's shoes. Plus, it's National Engineers Week and UCF is showing some appreciation toward our engineering students. In other news, a UCF puppy is looking forward to g…
President Donald Trump kicked off his 2020 presidential campaign in Florida - we have all the details. Plus, UCF organizations are working together to help underprivileged children in the Orlando community. Also, it's National Eating Disorder Awareness week and UCF is starting the conversation.
The protests are far from over. Students rallied around the reflection pond this afternoon to show disapproval of President Trump's executive order. Plus, the UCF Student Alumni Association is kicking off a new campaign.
In today's show, find out how a group of women in Central Florida are turning something simple into something life changing. Plus, the annual RWC After Hours event is back - catch up on all the fun here. In other news, students explored the many places study abroad could take them.
Today is Groundhog Day and Phil predicts six more weeks of winter. Plus UCF scientists are cooking up a mission with NASA and we've got details. Also, Black History Month is kicking off strong on the UCF campus.
On this first day of February, we tell you about the new fitness machines popping up in one park to promote physical activity. Plus, a student organization at UCF is helping Latin American women through fashion.
Body found - name and cause of death have yet to be released. And, career readiness week continues to roll in opportunities for students on campus.
UCF Knightly News Reporter Manuel Finale shows us how a study reveals that playing an instrument can enhance cognitive and literacy skills. Plus, find out about the new executive order President Trump signed.
Knights lost a couple more food options this week - health department reports nine failed inspections. Plus, a UCF professor is launching a new research project alongside NASA. In sports, the NFL Pro Bowl tradition is setting up shop here in Orlando
UCF Knightly News reporter Lia Fernandez tells us how UCF is giving help to an endangered bird. Plus, the UCF community is partnering up to help celebrate Black History Month. And, last night students had a chance to try their hand at painting in the Student Union.
It today's webcast, Knightly News reporter Lia Fernandez has your latest update on the video voyeurism case. Plus, UCF Victim Services hosted its annual One Billion Rising event to break the silence in women violence. And, a UCF alum opens her very own boutique right outside of campus.
In today's webcast, we have some exciting sports updates for you. The NFL Pro Bowl week kicked off this morning at Disney World Wide of Sports. And tonight your men's basketball team will take on the Southern Methodist Mustangs. Also, can exercise improve your short-term memory? Find out thi…
Strict laws against text while driving could be coming to Florida if the Florida Legislature signs a new bill when back in session. Also, in today's webcast find out where Orlando ranks in pedestrian safety.
Barmel Lyons has your severe weather update for today. Also, President Trump's name stayed in the spotlight with the Orlando Women's March, Congress boycott of his inauguration and with his first action as president.
Today, Markeith Loyd appeared before a judge and Artegon announced the closing of their shop's doors. Also find out about the new Parramore Art District growing just a block away from the Orlando City stadium.
Happy Valentine's Day Knights! Knightly News reporter Lia Fernandez tells us how one student association and council made black love a hot topic in honor of love in the air today. Plus, the Student Union gave students the chance to express their feelings.
UCF police arrested a student accused of recording students in the bathroom - find out details here. Plus, find out how video games are building a strong community here in Central Florida. And, the Recreation and Wellness Center's newest addition is finally open.
In this week’s newscast, we have Knightly News reporter Brigitte Snedeker live at the scene of a Trump piñata. Plus, something rare will be taking the skies tonight – find out what during our weather update. In sports, the football schedule is out! Find out when the Knights will be hitting t…
Knightly News reporter Desiree Montilla takes us live at the march where people gather to protest President Trump's executive order. Plus, the flu season is hitting UCF students - find out how to dodge the sickness.
On today's webcast we have the latest on Markeith Lloyd's capture. Knightly news was there when police escorted Lloyd in Master Sergeant Debra Clayton's handcuffs.
UCF Knightly News reporter Brigitte Snedeker gives us a Pulse shooting update and tells us of a new safety campaign launched by UCF Police. Also, hundreds gathered in unity at the Martin Luther King Jr. parade in Downtown Orlando.
Knightly News reporter Victoria Cue tells us about a brand new religious studies club started at UCF. Plus, a new survey shows that the majority of young adults eat less than one serving of fruits and vegetables per day.
In this episode of Knightly News, a manhunt is underway for the man police say killed Master Sergeant Debra Clayton. Also, UCF is implementing new security measures during all major events and an expelled UCF student has filed a lawsuit against the school.
You heard it first on UCF Knightly News - a fraternity is under investigation. Find out what their National Headquarters had to say. And, we spoke with a UCF student being affected by President Donald Trump's executive order. Plus, find out how some students are ditching the grocery store an…
Here's a quick look at what's making news today. Two UCF food favorites are shut down for good. Plus, murder suspect Markeith Loyd faced another hearing today in regards to Loyd's request to represent himself in court.
In today's webcast we will tell you how you can relax and alleviate stress as you prepare for finals. We'll also tell you what UCF officials are doing to make the roads around campus safer for pedestrians.
A single cup of mac and cheese… for UCF student Elizabeth Rosa this is dinner. It’s also lunch and breakfast. Sometimes a cup of mac and cheese is the only meal Rosa will have all day.
Today, we'll tell you about a recent change in the coaching staff at UCF. Plus, we'll show you how the UCF Recreation and Wellness Center is working to be more inclusive.
Watching sports for some college students is more interesting than for others. That's because there is more on the line than a win or a loss. Christopher Suto is a UCF graduate who said he bet on sports often while in school.
Other universities have banned him and cancelled his appearances. He's also banned from twitter. But conservative news editor Milo Yiannopoulos made his way to UCF and addressed a full house.
On today's webcast learn more about Down Syndrome Awareness month. Also, find out about the latest campus expansion that will open next year. In other news, see how officials are cracking down on drinking and driving with Halloween right around the corner.
Early voting started today. Check with your local supervisor of elections website to find out specific locations and times. Also, the popular creepy crown epidemic is making an impact on UCF students' Halloween costume choices. We'll tell you how to have fun this Halloween, while also staying safe.