UCF History Professor Becomes Nationally Syndicated Columnist
Professor Luis Martínez-Fernández hopes to use the platform to give a voice to a growing and important Latino community in America.
New Latinx Leadership Course to Broaden Cultural Competence, Empower Students
At the start of Latinx Heritage Month, we take a look at a new course that can benefit students now and in their future careers.
UCF Alums Surprised with Taylor Swift Album Credit
Recording studio owners and music educators Jessica (Wigert) ’07 and Jonathan Gautier ’06 ’09MA had a whirlwind “August” after the superstar credited them as engineers on her Billboard top-5 single.
UCF’s Voicebox to Compete in College Virtual Championship
The first matchup for the a cappella singers is FSU in the field of 32 teams.
Some Don’t Realize What a Profound Gift of Time This Pandemic Is
Our lives are fleeting, and the ultimate gift is giving our time to our loved ones to make memories.
UCF Music Professor, Opera Orlando Win Grant to Create New Opera
Stella Sung’s third opera will be a musical adaptation of The Secret River, a children’s fantasy book by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
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