Big Enough

Big Enough

Harris Rosen spent the first half of his career making millions and the second half giving away millions.

In This Issue

Fall 2016
Fall 2016

Writing to Heal

Writing to Heal

Whether it’s breaking the stigma of mental illness or overcoming childhood hardships, a UCF professor and her students are helping others heal through creative writing.
The Best Photos of 2016 Gallery

The Best Photos of 2016

The past year has been filled with triumphs and devastation. From graduations and world-renowned speakers to the heartbreak felt after the Pulse shootings, Pegasus shares the 33 photos that showcase UCF’s year in review.
Helpers and Healers Feature

Helpers and Healers

Not surprisingly, of the thousands of people who responded after Pulse, many have a UCF connection. Here, in their words, are their stories.
Why I Gave Back Why I…

Why I Gave Back

UCF economics professors helped me make the connection between my studies and my passion. Now, I want to return the favor.
The Place Maker

The Place Maker

Six ways to build a better community according to Jennifer Marvel ’12, executive director of Orlando’s Audubon Park Garden District.
First Frost Gallery

First Frost

Relive the first win of the season and Scott Frost’s first victory as head coach at UCF.
Give to UCF - Help us IGNITE the future

Events

Mon 20 Feb
Career/Jobs Service Your Way Panel
A part of Volunteer UCF's Civic Engagement Week, is our "Service Your Way Panel"! Students are welcome to learn and ask questions about different post-graduation service opportunities available with different recruiters from Peace Corps, City Year, a...
Mon 20 Feb
Speaker/Lecture/Seminar Leadership Week Keynote Speaker: Anna Eskamani
Anna Eskamani, Senior Director, Organizer, Writer, Feminist Her writing has been published in the Central Florida Future, Orlando Sentinel, The Huffington Post, and Independent Journal Review. Anna sits on boards of several nonprofit and political gr...
Mon 20 Feb
Health Body Scan Meditation
We can sometimes be over preoccupied with how our body looks but we rarely just sit quietly and experience our body.  Experiencing our bodies in a nonjudgmental, attentive way opens us up to acceptance and appreciation for the body itself. The inten...