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Epcot Food and Wine Festival, Discovery Cove amp up date nightEpcot Food and Wine Festival, Discovery Cove amp up date nightPlanning a fun date night isn't always as easy as it sounds.
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UCF collects votes to win Orlando's favorite brandUCF collects votes to win Orlando's favorite brandUCF competes to win Orlando Brand Madness competition
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Photos: Harvest FestivalPhotos: Harvest FestivalMadison Dembin, a freshman pre-clinical major, paints Spiderman on a pumpkin with Hannah Koplovitz, a freshman biomedical sciences major.
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UCF College of Medicine receives $1 million to study public healthUCF College of Medicine receives $1 million to study public healthThe crowd stood and cheered as the UCF College of Medicine received a $1 million donation Tuesday from the Harmony Institute, according to a press release.
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Photos: Yoga Round-upPhotos: Yoga Round-upOwner Tymi Howard does a Crow Pose at Guruv Yoga.
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Pedestrians and drivers at risk during HalloweenPedestrians and drivers at risk during HalloweenHalloween is the second-deadliest day of the year for pedestrians.
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Bar specials from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2Bar specials from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2Check out these East Orlando bar specials for the Oc.t 30 to Nov. 2 weekend.
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11 discounts for UCF students11 discounts for UCF students11 discounts UCF students can get when they show their student ID
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Halloween-themed musical festival coming to Fla. Oct. 31Halloween-themed musical festival coming to Fla. Oct. 31Sitting around wondering how you will make this Halloween a night to remember?
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UCF grad overcomes disability, creates Live Alive organizationUCF grad overcomes disability, creates Live Alive organizationWhen she was just 6 years old, Jordan Stroman was diagnosed with neuromuscular myopathy, a form of muscular dystrophy, causing her muscles to weaken over time. By the time she was 12, she was bound to a 400-pound wheelchair and breathing machine. Now, the recent UCF...
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'Red, White, and Truth' tour coming to UCF's CFE Arena'Red, White, and Truth' tour coming to UCF's CFE ArenaSean Hannity, Brian Kilmeade, and Herman Cain will be making an appearance at the CFE Arena on Oct. 30 for "Red, White, and Truth: Solutions for America."
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UCF program sets tone for downtown expansionUCF program sets tone for downtown expansionWith nothing set in stone for which UCF colleges will make the move downtown, perhaps university officials will look to one success story for a sense of direction.
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Inside the world of a Hare KrishnaInside the world of a Hare KrishnaIt began with a chant. In a small house off Rouse Road, in the center of the shrine room's wood-paneled floor, a bald man in saffron robes shifted from foot to foot, singing the words of his faith: hare krishna, hare krishna, krishna krishna, hare hare, hare rama,...
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Women's soccer looks ahead to win conference crownWomen's soccer looks ahead to win conference crownThe regular season has come to a close, and the UCF women's soccer team has come out on top.
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UCF men's basketball embraces family-like bondUCF men's basketball embraces family-like bondIt's one thing to enjoy playing sports with your friends. But it's a whole different feeling to be able to play with your family.
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UCF lobbyists fight for students’ rightsUCF lobbyists fight for students’ rightsStudents have plenty to gripe and groan about, but surprisingly, they’ve got people on the inside fighting for their rights.
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Column: AAC has been big help in putting UCF on the mapColumn: AAC has been big help in putting UCF on the mapGreat things come to those who wait. It's been a long time coming since its inception in 1979, but UCF is definitely on the map now, credit to the American Athletic Conference.
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UCF organization seeks to empower young womenUCF organization seeks to empower young womenShanequa Bernard is that girl.
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UCF area restaurants offer daily dealsUCF area restaurants offer daily dealsIn between going to class, studying and doing homework, you’re bound to get hungry running around campus all day. You might be craving something other than Ramen noodles and Easy Mac, but if you’re not looking to spend $20 on a meal, here’s a list of some lunch...
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Russian Ballet chassés onto UCF stageRussian Ballet chassés onto UCF stageStudents won’t have to travel overseas to see a performance by a Russian Ballet this week — and better yet, it’s free.
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UCF KARS website caters to incoming freshmanUCF KARS website caters to incoming freshmanFor UCF students unaware of resources the university offers, Knights Academic Resource Service (KARS) is racing to the rescue. Recently launched, this website lists various help centers for students, located both online and across the main campus.
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Alternative yoga classes spring up near UCFAlternative yoga classes spring up near UCFBreathe. Relax. Namaste.These words ring in the ears of yoga newbies and veterans at local yoga studios. But for those looking for interesting takes on this popular exercise, try these out-of-the box yoga studios right in your backyard.
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Things to do Oct. 30 to Nov. 5Things to do Oct. 30 to Nov. 5Things to do Oct. 30 to Nov. 5
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Video: WR Josh Reese plays game "Tell the People"Video: WR Josh Reese plays game "Tell the People"Redshirt senior wide receiver Josh Reese plays game "Tell the People" where he tells us a little about who his teammates are off the field.
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Dodgeball tournament to benefit Autism SpeaksDodgeball tournament to benefit Autism SpeaksA dodgeball tournament to benefit the autism-awareness charity Autism Speaks will be held at Lake Claire Wednesday evening.
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Top 10 Halloween moviesTop 10 Halloween moviesIt's the time of year that's perfect for curling up under a blanket and watching a good scary movie, or maybe just one that reminds you of Halloween.
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UCF professors collaborate on female fan-focused studyUCF professors collaborate on female fan-focused studyAfter first working with the NFL in 2013, UCF professors for the DeVos Sports Business Management Graduate Program have decided to use their experience to collaborate with a college in California to make sure the female fan voice is heard in the world of college...
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Kaci Hickox went bike riding with her boyfriend Thursday morning, defying orders to remain at her Maine home for 21 days. The Doctors Without Borders nurse recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone.
The world's leading crash-test dummy producer has developed a new dummy, and it looks a lot different that what we’re use to. Host Carly Mallenbaum talks about Humanetics' new dummies, and how safety testers feel about them.
Apple CEO Tim Cook publicly confirmed he is gay in an opinion piece, making him the highest-profile chief executive to come out. Though there have been rumors about his sexuality, Cook explains why he decided to publicly acknowledge it.
Most Valuable Player Madison Bumgarner of the San Francisco Gaints said he was still processing their World Series win over the Kansas City Royals.
After years of mystery around the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, a piece of her missing plane may have been found.
Redshirt senior wide receiver Josh Reese plays game "Tell the People" where he tells us a little about who his teammates are off the field.
Kaci Hickox, the nurse who was forcibly quarantined in a New Jersey airport tent for three days, says she will not obey instructions to stay home in Maine. She recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone.
Shannon Rae Green explains which companies could bridge the gap for private space flight, as the Antares rocket explosion investigation continues.
Zambian President Michael Sata died after an illness, the Zambian government said Wednesday. The Cabinet held a meeting to discuss a political transition, which would include elections within 90 days in the southern African nation.
USA TODAY's Shannon Rae Green interviews USA TODAY editor Mike James about the Antares rocket that exploded after launch Tuesday night.
The rocket explosion at NASA's Wallops facility in Virginia was captured from 3,000 feet by Ed Sealing at Sealing Technologies Inc.
The Orbital Antares rocket that exploded during a launce at the NASA facility in Virginia costs more than $200 million itself. NASA has also reported significant ground damage at its facility.
USA Today's Doyle Rice talks about the explosion of the NASA rocket Antares Launch in Virginia.
During NASA's second attempt at launching Antares rocket an explosion occured on the launch pad. There are no fatalities and limited damages to the facility.
Once upon a time in California, a group of creative types got together to construct 'The Little Mermaid' wedding shoot produced by Online wedding marketplace Your Cloud Parade.
2000-degree lava threatens Pahoa Village on Hawaii’s Big Island, where officials are making arrangements for residents to watch as the lava destroys their homes.
New guidelines from the Obama administration don't require quarantines for people at high risk of Ebola. But individual states have the ultimate authority. Georgia's governor announced a mandatory home quarantine for Ebola medical workers.
New mandatory quarantines in some states for health care workers treating Ebola patients are creating quite a stir.
With Halloween right around the corner, most of us are just thinking about costumes and candy. But a group of neighbors in Tonawanda, New York are thinking about how their Halloween decorations can help others.
Jaylen Fryberg was elected to Marysville-Pilchuck High School's homecoming court just one week before police say he opened fire in the school cafeteria, killing one girl and shooting four other students before taking his own life.