How Does the UCF Creed Help You Build your Armor?

How Does the UCF Creed Help You Build your Armor?

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and the Parent and Family Fund announced the start of the 2014 Creed Art Contest. Students can submit original 2-D or 3-D pieces of artwork that represent the UCF Creed Values of Integrity, Scholarship, Community, Creativity or Excellence. This year’s theme: How does the UCF Creed help you […]

  • Authors to Read from Works, Discuss Writing

    Two authors will visit UCF to read from their works and talk about the writing process. Jim Ray Daniels, who has published poetry and fiction about the rust-belt working class, will be on campus Tuesday, Oct. 21. He is the prize-winning author/editor of more than 30 books as well as an indie screenwriter. His free […]

  • 'Kiss of the Spider Woman' Provides Escapism for Characters, Audience

    The Tony Award-winning musical “Kiss of the Spider Woman” opens at the Theatre UCF Main Stage on Oct. 16 and runs through Oct. 26. The music for “Kiss of the Spider Woman” was written by John Kander and Fred Ebb, the composer/lyricist team who also scored “Cabaret,” “Chicago” and “Curtains,” and the script is by […]

  • Culture Shock Talent Competition to Promote Voter Registration

    The talent competition “Culture Shock” is Friday, October 3 at 7 p.m. held at the UCF Nicholson School of Communications Auditorium. UCF’s Asian American student organizations united to bring Culture Shock, a talent and dance competition, to bring awareness and excitement ahead of the upcoming elections in the Asian American community. According to a recent Pew Research […]

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  • Visual Arts Faculty to be Featured at Exhibit

    UCF’s annual School of Visual Arts faculty show will be held Oct. 9 to Nov. 7 in the university art gallery. The free exhibit will showcase painting, sculpture, book arts, drawing, photography and experimental digital media. A reception for the participating artists, who have received both national and international recognition for their creations, will be […]

  • New Book Analyzes Revolution that 'Changed Cuba and the World'

    Weaving together the historical, social and political influences that shaped Cuba since the middle of last century, UCF history professor Luis Martinez-Fernandez has released a narrative and interpretative history of the country’s revolution to the current transformations initiated by President Raúl Castro. “Revolutionary Cuba” examines the rebellion that started in 1952, the Soviet influence through […]

  • In Theatre UCF's 'Baltimore Waltz,' Imagination is Central Character

    Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel’s play “Baltimore Waltz” opens at the Theatre UCF Black Box on Thursday, Sept. 18, and runs through Sept. 28. The play is a personal one for playwright Vogel, who wrote the script after losing her brother from complications due to AIDS in the late 1980s. While the play never refers […]

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Flying Horse Editions

Theo Lotz, the Flying Horse Editions director, talks about the different aspects of the program and how it fits into the greater university.