7 Influential Protests in American History
Since America’s beginning people have used protests to make their voices heard and advocate for change. Here are a few historic examples.
The First Independence Day and the True Challenge of Our Own Time
As challenging as today is in America, it is nothing like the nation’s turmoil of July 4, 1776.
National Asteroid Day: A Celebration of Mysterious Small Bodies
For June 30’s day of observance, here’s a special nod to the eight asteroids making waves in the solar system — just like their UCF faculty namesakes.
How to be a Better Ally Against Racism
“Everybody doesn’t have to be on the front lines, but everybody has to get off the sidelines,” says human rights activist and UCF faculty member Richard Lapchick.
UCF Experts Partner for Virtual Black Lives Teach-In July 2
The online event will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. and cover aspects of systemic racism against Black people in America, as well as include international perspectives on these issues.
10 Students Receive Fulbright Award — A Record for UCF
The travel-abroad program will send them to eight countries for research projects or to teach English.
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Preparing for Fall Semester has been ‘A Summer Like We’ve Never Had Before’ for UCF
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