Arts & Culture

Let’s Get Global

Let's Get Global

International students, faculty and staff are an integral part of who we are as Knights. To celebrate our cultural diversity, UCF Global is hosting International Education Week, a campuswide series of concerts, films, panel discussions, parties and other events showcasing traditions, viewpoints, arts, music and flavors from around the world. Here a just a few […]

The True Story Behind Horror Movies

Gary Rhodes is an associate professor in UCF’s Nicholson School of Communication and Media and assistant director of the film and mass media program who is best known for his work on horror cinema. When he was 15, Rhodes says he started writing for a film magazine called Filmfax, and he’s been analyzing movies ever since. […]

Alumna Makes Broadway Debut in New Musical "The Prom"

The annual springtime tradition of prom is already a big deal – a crucial over-the-top social milestone for most high school students. Some students fuss over cummerbund choices, others fret about dinner plans – and some worry if their choice of a date will be met with acceptance, or conflict. The new musical The Prom, opening on […]

UCF Class Spotlight: Anthropology of the Undead

Class Name ANT 3026, Anthropology of the Undead: Mummies, Zombies and Vampires Description Anthropological exploration into the phenomenon of the undead (namely zombies, vampires and mummies) and our fascination with this subject Instructor Sandra Wheeler ’98 ’02MS, who has been teaching at the university since 2010 and graduated with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in anthropology […]

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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.