Central Florida Future; Future; Student newspapers; 1986-1987(Vol. 19); Kissel, Bernard C.; Student Health Center; SAGA; Mike Hittinger; Michelle Akers


Vol. 19 No. 11, September 30, 1986


Feud over Wild Pizza profits heating up; Communications professor Kissel dies of heart attack at age 57; Greeks take over control of Senate; College tuition rises average of 6 percent as inflation slows; Auto breakins newest rage in university area; Stress analyzer pinpoints potential problems; Opinion: Let's learn how to read a paper; From the Spleen: Can o' worms a moot point now (by Adam Chrzan); The other side of nowhere: What UCF's doubletalk means (by Tim Ball); New attitude gives Mike Hittinger some incentive (photo); Ladies beat 'Bama 17-0 [soccer].

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).

Publication Date



University of Central Florida, Orlando, Fla.

Document Type


Number of Pages

16 pages


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


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University of Central Florida Libraries

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