Africa is the second-largest continent in the world with a variety of geographical features, but according to Professor Michael Bamidele Adeyemi, of the University of Botswana, many Americans believe that Africa is an uncivilized country, where the average African is polygamous and not urban…
Knight-Thon, UCF’s largest student-run philanthropy, held its second annual Charge on Challenge event Tuesday, equipped with dunk tanks and pies, and surpassed its goal of raising $136,000 in 24 hours for the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
Manuela Mejia-Correa, a biomedical sciences junior, knows all too well how important a positive outlook is when dealing with an illness.
Outside the Student Union, dozens of UCF students, some of them “Dreamers,” rallied in solidarity to show support for each other and give awareness to the student body that there is only a month left to pass the Dream Act. Thursday, Nov. 9, was declared a "Day of Action for a Clean Dream Act…
At the beginning of every fiscal year, the Student Government Association senate sets a budget for its committees; however, two committees go over budget every year.
Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA) at UCF held its “Dispelling Abortion Myths” event on Tuesday with hopes to shine light on the myths surrounding abortion.
The National Organization for Women (NOW) at UCF hosted “My Costume is Not My Consent,” a special meeting and costume party dedicated to the topics of consent and cultural appropriation Wednesday.
In politics, Christianity is often associated with conservative ideals and policy proposals. But on Wednesday night, student organization Knights for Socialism held an event highlighting a more left-leaning conception of the faith.
Devastation, death and destruction. To see one’s home consumed by a natural disaster first-hand is harrowing. For Puerto Rican students at UCF, watching from afar is traumatizing in its own way.
Following the natural disaster Hurricane Maria, UCF students from Puerto Rico come together after their families faced devastation back in their home country.
As UCF is working to become a Hispanic-Serving Institution — a federal designation that provides grants to increase educational opportunities for Hispanic students — various Hispanic/Latino-based Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) are popping up on campus.
The UCF Student Government Association's 49th Senate held its final meeting Thursday night and focused on passing the fiscal bills so they would not carry over to the 50th Senate.
The Progressive Action club, formerly known as Knights for Bernie, took the initiative to act on concerns that the Orlando community is facing during their meeting in the Student Union on Tuesday night.
Over 200 concerned citizens poured into a meeting room at the Orange County Health Department Wednesday night to voice their opinions on the proposed language for Amendment 2, which legalized medical marijuana in Florida Nov. 8, 2016, although it remains illegal federally.
Although UCF President John C. Hitt released a statement regarding the White House executive order, an online petition titled “Do not make UCF a ‘sanctuary campus’" is being spread on social media.
Engineering organizations will probably not be removed from their rooms in Engineering Building I in the spring 2017 semester, according to a UCF dean of academic affairs.
The Equestrian Club at UCF held a fundraiser for member and Pulse survivor Paula Blanco at the north grass of the Recreation and Wellness Center on Saturday.
Knights for Bernie at the University of Central Florida wants everyone to "feel the Bern" and vote for Bernie Sanders this election season, but they know it will be an uphill battle.
- Die-in ignites Israel-Palestine debate at UCF
- Young Americans for Freedom gives taste of socialism
- UCF nursing students raise $2,000 at Relay for Life
- Campus Activities Board hosts inaugural CAB Fest
- UCF has a new feminist group
- Women Empowerment at UCF
- Knights for Bernie march downtown
- UCF celebrates the Vietnamese Lunar New Year
- Hack@UCF offers advice on identity theft protection
- She's the First sponsors two more girls
- 'Taste of Asia' starts Spring Dinner Series
- Ivory Paulk wins big at this year's Miss UCF scholarship pageant
- Naturally Textured empowers students with true beauty
- Rosen's Spring Dinner Series comes back
- Knight-Thon has two months left to meet its goal