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UCF kicks off its annual Safe Knight Week

The Wellness and Health Promotion Services hosted an event to raise awareness about safety and wellness for Safe Knight Week at Memory Mall on Monday.

According to the RWC website, Safe Knight Week started 12 years ago as a partnership event between different departments to help students identify campus safety resources before they travel for spring break.

“We offer self-defense classes for our students, and it’s really important information to know, especially when it comes to mindset and awa

IDEAS Hive: The future of sustainability - The Community Paper

IDEAS For Us, in collaboration with Poder Latinx, hosted a panel discussion at the Center for Health & Wellbeing on the crucial role of sustainability in the near future.

On Wednesday, March 6, these organizations came together to explore how investing in green workforce training programs and other sustainable practices, such as cleaner energy and more recycling, can transform lives and businesses into something more environmentally friendly.

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A Soulful Groove night for UCF students

UCF took students down memory lane by hosting a silent disco night event on Wednesday in the Pegasus Ballroom in honor of Black History Month.

Black History Month is a time to celebrate the achievements of Black Americans, as well as recognize their role in U.S. history. Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month, according to the History website.

This year, the Multicultural Student Center and Campus Activities Board joined forces t

Foam Splash: a bubbly homecoming

Students splashed around in bubbly foam and enjoyed food at UCF Downtown's Foam Splash to celebrate homecoming on Thursday.

The first Foam Splash that UCF Downtown hosted was in November 2021, and two years later, they have kept up this new tradition. Foam Splash is a play on Spirit Splash which on the main campus one of the most popular events and it has been voted as one of the most popular college traditions, according to UCF archives.

Stephanie Rodriguez, UCF social media communications sp