Exhibition Features End-of-Year Films

Exhibition Features End-of-Year Films

Showing titles such as “For the Love of Optimism,” “Grizzly Girl” and “The Florida I Never Knew,” four days of UCF student and faculty films will be shown beginning today, May 5. Films to be presented are capstone projects, experimental cinema, video art, and non-narrative works. Each year the film program in the School of […]

How 'Captain America: Civil War' Reflects America's Soul

It’s almost impossible to avoid all the hype about the upcoming Marvel Comics-inspired film – Captain America: Civil War. Hollywood is banking on the legions of loyal – some might say crazy – fans who dress up as their favorite character, attend conventions, flock to YouTube with speculation about comic-inspired movie storylines and buy lots […]

UCF's Voicebox Reaches International A Cappella Finals

Voicebox a cappella group from UCF has sung its way to the finals of this weekend’s International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella in New York. The 13-member group, which formed in the fall of 2014, beat out another UCF group – Gemini Boulevard – in the southern regionals to advance. The competition started with nearly […]

Exposure to the Arts at Young Age Fosters Creativity in Children

I recently ignored the cardinal rule of parenthood and kept my 2-year-old, Huck, awake during his normal naptime. I knew it was risky, but then, so is suggesting he wear a shirt that isn’t his favorite color orange, so I was willing to take my chances. The reasons for my daring were twofold: First, I […]