UCF Knightly News reporter Okelo Peña informs us about the missing 19-year-old Miya Marcano. Marcano was last seen near a student housing a mile away from UCF's main campus. In addition to that, learn how UCF received the higher education excellence in diversity award for the seventh time.
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: Okelo Pena
Producer: Julianne Amaya
Assistant Producer: Beatriz Oliveira
For the latest news our students are reporting on visit: http://www.nicholsonstudentmedia.com/
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Recording Date: 9/27/21
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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