Knights got back to splashing in the Reflecting Pond at this year's Spirit Splash event Friday. Spirit Splash is an annual Homecoming tradition and in February, the event returned to UCF for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic with strict COVID restrictions. Students were sprayed with water guns, socially distanced from one another and handed rubber ducks. This year, those restrictions were lifted, and students were able to run into the pond and catch ducks being thrown, which is the most familiar the event has looked since before the pandemic.
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UCF Knightly News reporter Kelly Gilmore tells us how a new construction near campus is expected to house almost 600 students. In addition to that, learn how the football team earned their seventh win of the season.
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