Central Florida Future; Future; Student newspapers; 1987-1988(Vol. 20); College of Engineering Building


Vol. 20 No. 15, October 13, 1987


CEBA site scene of construction, confusion; Business begun in genesis of CEBA II; Broken window in CEBA I leads to rumors of structural flaws; Private sector competing for student work force; Campus book store prices may rise 20%; Engineering's board of student advisors is first ever such feat for a UCF college; News clips; Loan repayment plan may be bad deal for students; Opinion: Failure to execute points out problems in judicial system; Future world: It's ok to be worthless, CPA said so (by Chris Richcreek); Health Bolt (presented by the UCF Student Health and Wellness Center); Sports.

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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