Striving to Create a Safe and Inclusive Environment

by Rayanna Riecss Looking for an empowering feminist presence on campus? The National Organization for Women at UCF might just be the place for you!  By joining, you can help raise awareness about the need for gender equality and the end of all other forms of oppression.  This group practices intersectionality, a term coined by…

Writers Uknighted

by Ashley Kurns Are you anxious to hone in on your creative skills with fellow writers? Look no further than UCF’s official creative writing club, Writers Uknighted! This student-led organization is home to the many writers of the University of Central Florida, ranging from categories of all sorts—including fiction, non-fiction, poetry and script. I founded this…

Lights, Camera, Action

by Mahaillie Griffith Have you ever dreamed of being in the spotlight? Or maybe you feel more comfortable behind-the-scenes? Whatever your preference, there is a place for you at one of UCF’s newest clubs, Crew Call. Many students at UCF do not know that the Nicholson School of Communication produces live television shows including Knightly News,…

Reformed University Fellowship

by Mitchell Bosse   It can be hard to distinguish UCF’s many campus ministries from one another. However, most of these groups stand beside a specific denomination. RUF, which stands for Reformed University Fellowship, intentionally does not state which denomination it is associated with—although it is commonly supported by the Presbyterian church—and offers a unique…

Feel the Rhythm

by Juan Arias   Are you looking to spice up your college experience? Discover Latin Rhythm, UCF’s largest Latin dance club! Since its inception in 2001, Latin Rhythm has established itself as one of the most prominent registered student organizations (RSOs) at UCF. Over a hundred currently active members, numerous performances, and frequent workshops throughout…

Student Activism In Today’s Political Climate

by Olivia Sunna   The Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017 left a global print on the divisive political landscape following the elections, spurring protests and marches across the nation for other causes in the name of activism. However, these protests and “sister” marches would have not been made possible without the work…