UCF Researcher Builds Bridge to Silk Road’s Cultural Heritage

UCF Researcher Builds Bridge to Silk Road’s Cultural Heritage

Lanlan Kuang’s research this summer is mixing the old with the new. And by “old,” we mean ancient. Kuang is a UCF assistant professor of philosophy and one of a select group of international scholars with access to the Dunhuang Mogao Caves along the Silk Road in China. The nearly 500 caves are the largest […]

Theatre UCF’s 2017-18 Season Features New, Provocative Works

Theatre UCF, part of the UCF School of Performing Arts, examines current social issues and focuses on new and contemporary plays in its 2017-18 season. This is the first season planned by artistic director Julia Listengarten and it includes plays and musicals that are rarely produced in Central Florida. Listengarten is a professor of Theatre […]

‘Resilience: Remembering Pulse’ Art Gallery Coming to UCF

When Joey Roulette heard of the tragedy that struck Pulse nightclub on June 12, 2016, his impulse was to respond through art. Roulette, a senior studying political science at the University of Central Florida, is a contributing photojournalist at Orlando Weekly. Nearly a year ago, in the aftermath of the shootings that killed 49 people, […]

UCF to Remember Pulse With Events June 8

UCF invites the community to campus on Thursday, June 8, to honor and remember the 49 lives taken at Pulse nearly one year ago. UCF selected June 8 to allow our community to attend City of Orlando and Orange County Government remembrances on June 12. June 8 events, titled “UCF Remembers … 6.12.16,” will include: […]