Knightly News webcast 11/24/2014

Today’s webcast discusses where UCF’s football team is headed after the regular season, the click it or ticket program on campus, and a workshop offered for students handling the emotions they’ll experience after visiting home.

No Shave November: The Harrier the Better!

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The cancer awareness campaign takes over the United States

No Shave November official logo

Every year, one month allows people to slack on their grooming.  No Shave November comes around from the first to the thirtieth, to raise money and awareness for cancer of all types.  Originally started by the Hill family in 2009,  the campaign raises millions of dollars every year for the American Cancer Society.

Men – and women- of all ages, grow out hair in all areas of their bodies, to show the appreciation of having the ability to do so because so many cancer […] Continue Reading…

Webcast 11/19/14

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Reporter Bri MacNaught talks about colder weather during the flu season, UCFPD’s seat belt enforcement, and Alpha Tau Omega’s Rock the Wreath Christmas concert.

Here’s a link to the Knight Flight bus to Orlando International Airport (MCO):  http://ucfsga.com/services/knight-flight/

Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

UCF Hosts International Education Week

International Education Week lasts Nov. 17-Nov. 21
Courtesy of UCF

UCF celebrates education all week

UCF is holding its sixth annual International Education Week from November 17th to November 21st. The week is a celebration of international education and exchange worldwide.

UCF senior Juana Vargas believes bringing awareness to campus and celebrating international education will make the campus more desirable to foreign students. “By doing this week, we learn more about the world, and students from other countries will see that and want to come here,” she said. “We want to be a school where people from around the world want to come.”

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Webcast 11/18/2014

Webcast 11/18/2014

Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

Food Safety for the Holidays

Courtesy Savannahnow.com

Rosen professor gives tips on how to safely prepare food for Thanksgiving

“Every year, Salmonella is estimated to cause one million illnesses in the United States, with 19,000 hospitalizations and 380 deaths,” according to Center for Disease Control and Prevention officials.

Dr. Kevin S. Murphy, Chair and Associate Professor of the Rosen Hospitality Services Department says, “safety in cooking is a time temperature relationship.”

He recommends using an instant read thermometer and cooking the turkey until it reaches 175 to 180 degrees inside.

Dr. Kevin S. Murphy

“Everything should be defrosted in your refrigerator. If you buy an 18 to […] Continue Reading…

Webcast 11/17/14

Webcast 11/17/14

Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
Reporter Charles Babir tells us of another beheading by ISIL, the start of International Education, and UCF’s football win against Tulsa.