In honor of LGBT History Month, UCF students gathered at Memory Mall Wednesday night to watch "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," a film that has been deemed a cult classic and a queer masterpiece. Campus Activities Board and LGBTQ+ Services screened the film, which centers on queer expression, gender nonconformity and sexual fluidity. The interactive movie experience included a dance number, water guns, a costume contest and students shouting lines directly from the film.
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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