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• The University of Central Florida Police Department says it could have done a better job handling a possible gun incident on campus Tuesday. Police evacuated the library after reports of a gunwoman inside. The department drew backlash for sending an alert through Twitter describing the gunwoman as “Middle Eastern.” Read More »
• University of Central Florida police say there was no threat found in the John C. Hitt Library on campus this afternoon. Police evacuated the library earlier after receiving a report via social media of a possible gunwoman in the library. Officers evacuated the library and warned students nearby to stay away from the area. Read More »
• Researchers at the University of Central Florida are planning to test out technology that could change how police monitor crime scenes. UCF computer scientists have received a $1.3 million grant to develop software that enhances visual data from street cameras. Read More »
• Recent student protests against racial injustice at the University of Missouri sparked similar movements on college campuses nationwide, and the University of Central Florida is no exception. Two weeks ago, UCF’s Black Student Union held a sit-in to support the organization that spearheaded the Missouri protests. But a few days after that, someone created a Facebook page called “White Student Union at UCF,” claiming to see in Black Lives Matter protests “an explicit hostility to white students, faculty, and culture.” In a lengthy statement to the press last week, the UCF White Student Union said: “We are not a racist or white supremacist organization… But we will not apologize for being white. We will not self-flagellate for the sins of … Read More »