Creative writing alum Jaroslav Kalfař ’11 reflects on his debut novel Spaceman of Bohemia and its adaptation into the movie Spaceman, which is in theaters and begins streaming on Netflix March 1.
Two associate professors with expertise in Chinese society and culture share the history behind the holiday, lucky foods and more about the Year of the Dragon.
Brandon Nightingale ’16 ’19MA, former archivist at Bethune-Cookman University, discusses how his journey starting at UCF as an electrical engineering major has led him to now working to preserve Black history, and how slowing down to study the past is the best way to look forward.
The Black Faculty and Staff Association at UCF began with three people over a lunch off campus 53 years ago. This is a glimpse at why their vision, and the work of their successors, matters so much.
This year’s winning projects focused on collaboration within diverse communities through the intersection of arts and wellness.
Teams of students raced against the clock to design and develop a sunshine-themed video game during the inaugural FIEA Collegiate Game Jam.
Immersed in his creative pursuits, Trey Buongiorno ’13 has received recent critical acclaim for his work on Moon Girl Landing.
From groundbreaking research to being the youngest school to join the Big 12, this year Knight Nation reached new stars.
Their watch lists include classics, comedies, newer releases and a few surprises.
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