Recalling the Road to Woodstock — 50 Years Later
A UCF grad and former university staff member took a spontaneous trip to the iconic festival — which kicked off 50 years ago today — when she was 19 years old.
5 Things You Might Not Know About Woodstock
Fifty years after the cultural phenomenon that brought 400,000 people to a farm in upstate New York, associate professor George Weremchuk shares his knowledge about the festival in his “Survey of Rock Music” course.
What To Do With the American Musical?
As with other art forms, good and bad musical theatre will always coexist. Finding the good is just knowing where to look.
UCF Online Student Makes 1st Visit to Campus — to Graduate
The North Carolina resident, who is married to a Marine and had to be ready to move at any time, says UCF’s courses gave her the ability to remain mobile and study on the go.
Children’s Stories Come to Life at UCF-led Summer Animation Camp
Grad students teach fourth and fifth graders how to animate their own films during a week-long camp run by a partnership between UCF and Page 15.
2 UCF projects accepted for Orlando Science Center’s ‘Pompeii’ exhibition
UCF’s School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD) and Center for Research and Education in Arts, Technology and Entertainment (CREATE) will host Pompeii-related arts initiatives in the months leading up…
UCF in the News
What UCF’s Lake Nona Medical Campus Means for the Region
Orlando Business Journal
Spruce Creek’s Auburn Smith Graduates From UCF Among World’s Most Dominant Wheelchair Tennis Players
The Daytona Beach News-Journal
UCF Says it has Created a Safer Left Turn Signal System
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