UCF Global added China, Hong Kong, South Korea and Mongolia to the restricted travel list for the spring semester in response to COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus Disease 2019, on Thursday, according to an email sent out to students.
Under a bright blue tent, graduate student Alex Roustai, his dog Finn and junior electrical engineering major Jonathan Rodriguez celebrated Earth Day by sharing information with anyone willing to listen about the opportunities of living a cruelty-free lifestyle at the Central Florida Earth D…
Tightly closing her eyes, adjunct instructor Kim Hardiman was almost unrecognizable after her face was coated in a vibrant green mask of colored powder.
The Pregnancy Center, a nonprofit that has been serving women in Seminole County for over 20 years, unveiled the first mobile pregnancy testing unit to wheel around Central Florida in January.
Almost two years after medical cannabis was approved in the state of Florida and a week after a new bill was signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, smokable medical marijuana went on sale in dispensaries across the state on Monday.
UCF senior and licensed medical marijuana user, retired Staff Sgt. Mike Bryant, said he is excited that Florida is progressively moving toward accepting cannabis use.
Christopher Ingersoll was the final candidate of four to present his case as to why he should become the founding dean of the new College of Health Professions and Sciences.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Monday allowing patients to legally smoke medical marijuana received from their doctors.
As a teenager, Megan Derazin rarely felt ill, but one day she came home with a high fever.
UCF is extending its health resources and services into the Parramore community thanks to a $600,000 grant from the Florida Blue Foundation announced Jan. 16 in a video released by UCF.
A new steam-powered spacecraft aiming to understand asteroids and other celestial objects through mining marks a collaboration between a UCF planetary researcher and a private space company.
A comprehensive study by public health experts released Tuesday found that using electronic cigarettes or vape pens increases the risk of smoking cigarettes in young adults.
In the wake of the Oct. 26 public health emergency announcement by the Trump administration, UCF's College of Medicine continues to have an interest educating medical students on the opioid crisis, relating the epidemic as a collective issue.
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