Two Events to Celebrate the Legacy of MLK Jr.

Two Events to Celebrate the Legacy of MLK Jr.

The LEAD Scholars Academy and Multicultural Student Center are teaming up for the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. parade in downtown Orlando on Saturday, Jan. 14 at 10 a.m.  The theme for this year’s parade is “Remember, Celebrate, Act! ‘King’s Legacy of Peace with Justice for Our World.’” The time commitment for the event is from […]

Artists Confront Topic of Climate Change

Science and art often overlap – as in an upcoming climate-change exhibit presented by UCF’s School of Visual Arts & Design and the CREATE Program. The exhibit, “Today for Tomorrow: A Visual Response to Climate Change,” will feature emotionally driven artwork created by students from UCF and local elementary schools beginning Jan. 13 at the […]

Grinch Christmas TV Special Turns 50, Reminds What is Important – UCF Animator

You’d think that after a half century the Grinch would remember his lesson. But every year since the December 1966 television special How the Grinch Stole Christmas! first appeared, the animated green curmudgeon returns to his old tricks of sabotaging the holiday once again. “Basic human nature does not change,” said Jo Anne Adams, an […]

UCF Video Game that Integrates Limbitless Technology Wins Innovation Award

A video game collaboration that stemmed from UCF’s Limbitless Solutions and the School of Visual Arts & Design was recognized today for its innovation at the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge, an event that brings together top companies in the simulation and gaming industry. Limbitless Training Games won the Best Serious Game Innovation award at […]