Today Robert Sutton discusses the upcoming Homecoming Comedy Knight, the arrest of a suspect in series of robberies, a campus campaign to end sexual violence, and your 36-hour forecast.
Local hospitals step up protective gear to protect staff during Ebola epidemic.
After the death of Thomas Eric Duncan in Texas, CDC officials acknowledged the need for more precautionary practices. This past Monday, CDC director Tom Frieden announced new guidelines for health care workers treating Ebola.
Frieden said, “No skin may be exposed when wearing protective gear, and workers are to be repeatedly trained in putting on and taking off the equipment.”
This response to better protection also came as a result of two healthcare workers from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital contracting the disease. Health officials say they believe the two women came [...] Continue Reading…
Latino student population thrives on campus
Diverse students roam the halls at UCF. There are different races, faces and ethnicities throughout campus. The melting pot of student ethnicities allows students to learn a little bit about everyone. In the process they may even learn something new about themselves.
Throughout the year, UCF officials in the Student Union display flags from countries all over the world, representing the diverse student population. Additionally, students can find an all-inclusive environment at UCF where there is opportunity for all.
While minority ethnicities continue to grow each year; enrollment numbers at UCF show an encouraging growth among [...] Continue Reading…
Currently in Florida posting explicit pictures online of another person is legal
“What really hurts is that he was my friend and he did that, and he clearly wanted to hurt me,” said Monica.
Twenty-nine year old Monica became a victim of revenge porn in 2007 when she was doing a creative implied nude photo-shoot. To respect her privacy her last name will not be used.
She was an aspiring model and the photographer convinced her to do the implied nude photo-shoot by saying these type of pictures were taken by high top models. They had an agreement that if anything were [...] Continue Reading…
Students who want to avoid long lines on Election Day can start voting early on campus
Early voting is now open in Orange County and will last until Sunday, November 2. For the first time, the University of Central Florida is offering an early voting center on campus. Students can now go to the Barbara Ying Center to cast their ballots.
“I think that having early voting on campus will do a better job convincing college students to vote than the annoying ‘are you registered’ campaigns ever could,” said UCF senior Rubin York.
There are twelve more locations in Orange County that students can [...] Continue Reading…
Knightly News sits down with Mother and Miss UCF Pageant contestant Alma Hill. She tells about how she was disqualified from the pageant because she has a child. Her story continues and she tells us how the Campus Activities Board reinstated her to the competition. Hill explains that in a meeting with CAB after their decision to let her compete, she found out that the Miss Florida America Pageant would not be allowing a Miss UCF representative in their competition.