Central Florida Future; Future; Student newspapers; 1993-1994(Vol. 26); Seacrist, Ronald


Vol. 26 No. 35, June 15, 1994


UCPs Society of Automotive Engineers places second in national design competition (with photo of Rob Schaer); Film student gets noticed by Hollywood (with photo of Peter Riviera); Opinion mixed at UCF about proposed ban on in-line skates; In Axis: The Enzian festival comes to an end; In Opinion: The return of The Young Republic?; Sports: Four former UCF baseball players sign contracts.

Collection Description

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 and in University Archives (1968-current).

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Central Florida Future, Inc.

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Number of Pages

16 pages


Mass Communication | Organizational Communication | Publishing | Social Influence and Political Communication


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