UCF Knightly News reporter Kendall Beebe informs the UCF community about the latest updates on Brian Laundrie's whereabouts. In addition to that, Beebe informs us how Haitian migrants are being flown back to their homeland.
UCF Knightly News is a product of the Nicholson School of Communication’s Film and Mass Media Department’s Journalism Program. The show is a student produced, faculty advised, venture.
Anchor: Kendall Beebe
Producer: Adriana Aquino Andino
Assistant Producer: Johan Blanco
For the latest news our students are reporting on visit: http://www.nicholsonstudentmedia.com/
For additional information about the school visit: https://communication.ucf.edu/
Recording Date: 9/21/21
Video Location: UCF Nicholson School of Communication and Media (NSC)
UCF Knightly News reporter Clara Melo de Paula tells us how a student organization informed students about breast cancer awareness in an informative and fun way. In addition to that, learn why Gus Malzahn, UCF's football team head coach, is out-of-town.
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