Election – University of Central Florida
UCF students trade in the sun and sand for a cultural awakening
Many college spring breakers flock toward the warmer weather with friends, music and fun. However, some students at the University of Central Florida have a different plan.
The equestrian team at UCF jumps into a new phase
The Equestrian Club at the University of Central Florida has seen a boost in member numbers, according to their website. This increase in activity is partly due to the addition of the eventing branch …
College students take longer to recover from concussions, a new study shows
A recent Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine study shows recreational athletes recovered nearly 23 days after their concussion. On average it takes seven to 14 days to recover from a c …
SpaceX introduces tourism to the moon in 2018
SpaceX is shooting to send two private citizens out of this world, the company’s founder Elon Musk announced Monday.
Toll Roads Price Hike Delayed Until 2018
The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) board voted in February to freeze a 15 percent toll increase expected to roll out July 1.
Orlando Ranks 3rd Among Worst Metro Areas for Pedestrian Safety
The Sunshine State isn’t shining so bright for pedestrians after all.
Jordan Pingle Feature
Jordan Pingel grew up loving volleyball. Both of her parents played in college and play a huge role in her career.
NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Collaboration
Weather forecasts could soon be more accurate.
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
A single cup of mac and cheese… for UCF student Elizabeth Rosa this is dinner. It’s also lunch and breakfast. Sometimes a cup of mac and cheese is the only meal Rosa will have all day.
UCF Police arrest vending machine vandalizer
Just before midnight on Tuesday, police at the University of Central Florida apprehended Steven Marshall.
Decade Old Game Huge In Orlando
Super Smash Brothers Melee is a popular Nintendo title released in 2001. The series originally started in 1999, and has two titles after Melee.
President Barack Obama to Speak on Campus
With such an exciting occasion comes the need for tighter security on campus.
Watching sports for some college students is more interesting than for others. That’s because there is more on the line than a win or a loss. Christopher Suto is a UCF graduate who said he bet on spor …
New Educational Zoo Programs
One local zoo is looking to be more of a community resource by creating new educational programs.
Major Video Game Tournament Draws Millions
Video games are no longer simply a form of home entertainment. For many, they’re a competition with scholarships and prize money on the line.
Millennials more stressed and distracted by smartphones, according to survey
Smartphones are essential to the life of many Americans, but young people may be developing a love-hate relationship with their smartphone.
The Opioid Epidemic
The Centers for Disease Control reports that since 1999, the number of overdose deaths involving opioids nearly quadrupled.
Hillary Clinton's Inclusive America
Only 46 days until election day and Hillary Clinton stopped by Orlando this week, in an effort to attract more votes.
Pizza Vending Machine
Vending machines are a common thing at universities, with water, snacks and even ice cream, but one company is adding a new item… pizza. These vending machines operate just like a normal vending mac …
Tinker Field Plaza
Opening 93 years ago, tinker field was once a popular spot for professional baseball. Eddie Taubensee, a former major league baseball player played on tinker field in 1988 and knows the history behind …
The Third Party's Impact on the 2016 Election
A new poll by Civiqs shows roughly 14 percent of voters say they plan to vote for someone other than Clinton or Trump, or are still undecided.
A Girl Becomes One Less of a Statistic
A recent study from the centers for disease control shows that since 1999, suicide rates among females continue to increase. However, one student from the University of Central Florida overcame that s …
UCF Football Recap
The winless 20-15 season did not stop fans from coming out to support the team on Saturday. The knights took the field for the first time with first year head coach Scott Frost. Playing in a new high …
Pokémon Go Numbers on the Decline
Pokémon fever swept the nation this summer when Nintendo’s monster catching app hit the market, and the Orlando community showed they have potential to be the very best.
Like many international students, Ximena Gonzalez dreamt of studying in the united states. The transition from Venezuela to the u-s had its ups and downs. “I feel it was pretty smooth, but it wasn’t t …
The National Hurricane Center lists Florida as the most likely state to be affected by a hurricane. As the peak of the hurricane season is upon us in Florida, it is important that we stay prepared. So …
UCF Researchers Seek to Improve Pedestrian Safety
The Metro Orlando area topped the list of most dangerous areas for pedestrians in a report published by Transportation for America; the number of pedestrian crashes in Orange County this year is over …
Podcast: Florida Primary Day at UCF
It’s Florida voters’ turn to have their voices heard this election. The Florida Primary polls opened up statewide at 7 a.m. One of the locations is right on the University of Central Florida campus at …
Charging on: UCF one of top schools for women in coaching
Out of the 15 Division-I sports teams at the University of Central Florida, nine of the teams are made up of female athletes. Title IX laws require universities to have equality between male and femal …
UCF women's golf battle tough weather at UCF Challenge
Braving rough weather in the form of heavy rain and gusting wind, UCF women’s golf team finished the UCF Challenge in just 10th place this year.
10/01/2015 Knightly News Webcast
Knightly news reporters tells us about voter turnout for senate elections, the protest during President Hitt’s speech, and a vigil date announcement for a fallen knight.
09/23/2015 Knightly News Webcast
Knightly reporters tell us about hazing prevention week, the on-going construction at UCF and things you need to know for graduation.