Football: UCF to face Baylor in Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
Head coach George O'Leary has been careful to use the three letters B-C-S.
UCF fans fill stands with 2nd-best average
With the Knights facing their toughest schedule in program history, and on the verge of finishing the winningest regular season in program history, the UCF fans reciprocated the team for its success.
Men's basketball: UCF shoots 15 percent from 3, falls to FAU Owls
The UCF Knights (3-3) fell to the Florida Atlantic Owls (2-6), 75-64, in Boca Raton on Tuesday night.
Commentary: Several BCS matchups in play this weekend
The Knights are on the doorstep of a BCS Bowl bid.
Football: Knights meet Mustangs in season finale
With one game left in the season, the stakes have never been higher for UCF.
Grades fail to measure student success adequately
Finals are upon us and as students chug Red Bull and do anything they can to stay awake, problems with our education system still persist.
Bah humbug to greed-filled holiday season
There’s nothing like the trampling of people fighting for a 10-inch TV that’s 20 percent off, or seasonally employed, odorous, stranger-danger Santas charging $40 for a child to sit on their laps to let you know that the holidays have arrived.
Emphatic acceptance hurts gay population
Congratulations to Tom Daley, a British Olympic diver, on being one of many celebrities and public figures to openly come out as being in a relationship someone of the same gender.
Sexist website belittles trauma of eating disorders
Appalling articles are littered everywhere throughout the Internet, but the website ReturnofKings.com and its article “5 Reasons To Date A Girl With An Eating Disorder” brings us a whole new level of disgusting.
Batkid’s heroism sparks heartless backlash
Miles Scott, a 5-year-old with leukemia, was offered a chance for his dreams to come true.
Orlando events make for magical holiday season
Dashing through the snow in a one-horse open sleigh isn’t very practical for winter in Florida.
Knights embrace variety of religions, holidays
From Muslims and Jews to atheists and Christians, ideas about winter holidays vary.
Students offer advice for holiday presents
It’s touted as the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be the most stressful.