Central Florida Future, Future, student newspapers, 1985-1986(Vol. 18)
Vol. 18 No. 29, February 18, 1986
How Gramm-Rudman affects students; Discoveries: Laser studies contribute to Star Wars; Budget cuts could mean no Pell grant for 300,000; Officials label students 'materialistic'; News: Song and dance (with photos); Study: college women more intellectual than men; Some schools weary of dependence on SDI funding; Opinion: Orange County serves tourists but neglects locals; How do you like it?; New art doesn't make grade; Stetson steals victory away from Knights; IFC hits the football field to aid athlete; Controversy aids Stetson in defeat of UCF; Miller back in Orlando; Rifle teams shoots for NCAA tourney; Sports: Cardinale breaks record; The Main Event; UCF drops two straight.
Semi-weekly student newspaper of the University of Central Florida (UCF). It started in 1968 upon the opening of Florida Technological University (FTU), UCF's predecessor. Initially it was called "FuTUre" and published weekly. The words "Central Florida" were added around the time the school changed to UCF. It is available in microfilm (1968-1986, library call number LD1772.F9 A1438), online (September 2001-current, at http://www.centralfloridafuture.com) and in University Archives (1968-current).
University of Central Florida, Orlando, Fla.
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Mass Communication | Organizational Communication | Publishing | Social Influence and Political Communication
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