Lecture focuses on Holocaust women by Central Florida FutureJan 01, 2010 “When studying the holocaust, professor Judith Baskin noticed that men's viewpoints, not women's, are always what stand out. "The more I have studied it, the more I realized: What about the women?" Baskin said. "What did they have to go through in this horrible time period?" About 70 students filled room 208 of the Business Administration II building on Tuesday to hear Baskin discuss Jewish women and the holocaust.”
Steroid admissions no longer surprising by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “Stop the presses, another baseball player used steroids.
On Saturday, Sports Illustrated, using four unnamed sources, broke the story that three-time MVP Alex Rodriguez used steroids during his 2003 MVP season with the Texas Rangers.
Shocking, I know. In an interview Monday with ESPN's Peter Gammons, Rodriguez sort-of, kind-of admitted to using a "banned substance," which is more than most any other ballplayer has done so soon after being confronted with steroid allegations.”
UCF level-headed during win streak by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “What a difference one year can make.
The UCF Women's Basketball team has had an outstanding one-year turnaround that has transformed them from pretenders to contenders. They are currently sitting with an 8-2 Conference USA record, which gives them sole possession of second place.”
UCF travels to El Paso, Texas, looking to snap out of its slump by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “With his team dealing with two consecutive losses by double digits, UCF Men's Basketball head coach Kirk Speraw thinks that it may not be such a good idea to head out west. "It's not the time to be going to El Paso," Speraw said of the Knights' matchup against the Miners tonight.”
Despite limited budgets, students still celebrating by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “With the economy in a slump, college expenses rising, and pressure to save money, some UCF students plan to scale back their spending this Valentine's Day.
After all, they say, it's the thought that counts. "I don't have a job, and I have applied to a million places and just can't get one," Kailyn Potter, an event management major, said.”
Students struggle to pay bills amid recession by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “ohn Hyne stands on the side of Bumby Avenue, dressed as the Statue of Liberty. For $8 an hour, he waves his Liberty Tax Service sign as drivers sail by with their middle fingers out the window. "It's pretty frustrating for me because it's not a top job," Hyne, a psychology major, said.”
Freebies during SGA elections need to stop by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “T-shirts and pizza will begin to pour like rain this week outside the Student Union.
Students will vote to acquire all sorts of goodies but more than half of them don't even know what they're voting for. In the Student Government's election statutes, a bribe is defined as "a prize, reward, gift or favor bestowed or promised with a view to influence the action of another to vote for a particular candidate/ticket.”
Veterans group long overdue by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “Often forgotten in the course of unpopular or controversial wars, present U.S. efforts included, are the young men and women who serve our nation abroad. Easier still for some civilians of college age to forget is that those men and women are also members of their age group.”
UCF finally gets some star power by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “Former President Bill Clinton, actor Kal Penn, Gen. John Abizaid, some pretty influential people have strolled through UCF. Besides the obvious vanity that comes over us as more and more big names grace the campus with their presence, we have developed a distinct importance in Central Florida.”
Knights start homestand by Central Florida FutureFeb 10, 2009 “After a 1-3 start in its opening tournament, today the UCF Softball team returns to the friendly confines of the UCF Softball Complex where last season the Knights had a 24-9 record at home. The Knights take on the 1-4 UNF Ospreys today in a doubleheader to open up a stretch in which they will play 18 of their next 19 games at home.”
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