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Knightcast listeners no longer have to sit in front of a computer to listen to UCF's nonprofit, student-run radio station because, thanks to Michael Seifollahi, there's an app for that.
Seifollahi, who graduated this summer with a bachelor's degree in ...August 22, 2010 by Katie Kustura and Timothy McCormack
At UCF, it's not uncommon to see students whizzing by on bicycles, but as soon as you leave campus, you're more likely to see a gridlock of cars than a fleet of bicycles.
UCF School of Visual Arts and Design student Greg Leibowitz has an idea to help c...August 22, 2010 by Timothy McCormack
Early last Friday night, the flash of strobe lights shone on a sea of people who swayed inside of a small, dirty club that looked like it belonged in the 1980s, but it wasn't just a regular club.
What looks like a cramped, disgusting club was a facade ...July 28, 2010 by Timothy McCormack
The fight was worth it — Arise UCF, a student political group affiliated with the Tea Party, is now officially a club.
"We fought like crazy to get our club status," said Christina Wilford, a political science major and the club's co-founder.&nbs...June 30, 2010 by Timothy McCormack
Anika Mirick finished her first year at the UCF College of Medicine learning a lesson no textbook and no teacher could have possibly delivered — one that had to be learned outside of the classroom.
"This is what medicine is all about," Mirick sai...July 7, 2010 by Timothy McCormack