Raven Osborne

About Me

First generation journalism student at University of Central Florida. I hope to become an accomplished author and copywriter and editor.

My Ethos

I stive to tell compelling newsworthy stories while committing to finding the truth.

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Featured Articles

From immigrant to aspiring doctor: The inspiring story of a UCF alumnus

At five years old an Argentinian immigrant came to America, undocumented and uninsured, and wasn't sure what was in the cards for him. Little did he know that his path would lead him to becoming a doctor.

"Learning I wouldn't lose my sight, I regained my childhood," said Giuliano Lobos, UCF alumnus. "I saw how impactful doctors can be in people's lives. It kindled a glam of curiosity in me about science."

Lobos received his bachelor's degree in biomedical sciences after graduating from UCF in

Everything Bagels club hosts end of the semester picnic

UCF students laid out blankets for some fresh air and were able to unwind at an end-of-summer picnic on Sunday at Jay Blanchard Park.

Everything Bagels at Hillel hosted the picnic complete with food and games.

Sally Rendleman, freshman biology major and the club’s marketing officer, said the organization’s original intent was to serve as a space for Jewish LGBTQ+ individuals. However, Rendleman said that the club’s doors are open to all, reinforcing its role as a safe space for diverse student

American Red Cross First Aid, CPR and AED Certification at the RWC

Students were able to get hands-on experience on Saturday at the Red Cross Adult and Pediatric First Aid Certification class held in the Recreation and Wellness Center.

The reasons students are taking the class vary, but they have one thing in common: They are now prepared to save someone’s life in the event of an emergency.

With the hot summer months around the corner, CPR and first aid could be useful skills. CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, an emergency procedure that combines

How to stay safe amid a measles outbreak

Central Florida has seen a recent rise in Measles cases, according to Orlando Health.

Measles is a disease caused by the Rubeola virus. Cases are normally confirmed to be small children; however, this disease can be contracted by anyone of any age. The Florida Department of Health lists symptoms as high fever, cough, runny nose and a rash that can appear on the face and body within three to five days.

With spring break around the corner, this outbreak could cause problems with UCF students' tr

Creativity and the path to better mental health

After being on a variety of teams, there is one thing Jordyn Florica has been consistent with throughout her journey. The things she loves doing to maintain her mental health.

“I used to be the type of person that was like, oh, unless you’re bleeding or have a broken arm you need to keep going. Your mental state doesn’t matter, that’s not real,” said Fiorica, sophomore integrated business major. “There was one point over the summer where I would wake up and I just have a panic attack and start