Knightly News reporter Camila Uribe talks about the bond buying halt, the World Series, and a quick tip for the Halloween weekend.
UCF organizations are working together to educate students on the dangers of drinking and driving
Every year drunk driving kills people. Because of the dangers of DUI’s, UCF organizations have come together to bring SIDNE to students. The Simulated Impaired Driving Experience (SIDNE) delivers hands on lessons about the misuse and abuse of alcohol and the dangers of distracted driving. While driving, students find difficulties steering, accelerating and breaking with the impaired function on.Albert Lewis, UCF Student
“When it threw me in the drunk driving mode it was like a whole different experience… it was enough [...] Continue Reading…
Police Chief Richard Beary first campus chief to be sworn in as president of international police organization
On Tuesday, October 28th, UCF Police Chief Richard Beary was sworn in as president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Officer Beary is the first president of IACP to be from a university or college law enforcement agency.
“It is a great honor to have the 2015 International Association of Chiefs of Police President as our very own Chief Beary,” Officer Stephens said. “His overall dedication to law enforcement as a whole has been outstanding and with this position; he achieves the pinnacle [...] Continue Reading…
The Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida came to UCF on Thursday
UCF hosted the second annual United Way Day of Caring for Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida on Thursday. The day featured free 4Rivers lunch, guest speakers, and a scavenger hunt.
The main goal of the day was to teach the visitors the importance of a college education, but that learning can be fun, too. Both middle and high schoolers attended the event. The event took place in the Morgridge International Reading Center.The event was held at the Mordridge International Reading Center
Current and [...] Continue Reading…