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  • UCF trustees to discuss succession plan for Hitt

    UCF trustees to discuss succession plan for Hitt
    University of Central Florida trustees are expected to discuss next week a succession plan for when President John Hitt eventually retires.
  • Previous Central Floridian of the Year winners

    Previous Central Floridian of the Year winners
    Previous winners 1983: Marjory Stoneman Douglas, for efforts to save the Everglades. 1984: Mary Wiley, who founded the first Florida chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. 1985: John DeGrove, who pushed the Legislature to pass tough growth-...

    State leaders tour downtown Orlando's UCF campus site before crucial vote

    State leaders tour downtown Orlando's UCF campus site before crucial vote
    During a tour designed to pitch the University of Central Florida's plans for a downtown campus, several state education leaders voiced plenty of support Thursday but also raised questions. UCF President John Hitt and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer were among...

    Trevor Colbourn: Former UCF president dies at 87

    Trevor Colbourn: Former UCF president dies at 87
    The idea seemed preposterous to alumni when the new University of Central Florida President Trevor Colbourn announced he wanted his school to play football, back when UCF was only about one-sixth the size it is today. In 1979, that first year, the...

    Webster's woes, Buffett's shows, poor Marco Rubio

    Webster's woes, Buffett's shows, poor Marco Rubio
    Today's Friday Files have something for everyone — from sports talk and baby names to political beat-downs and some Jimmy Buffett intel. A Washington smackdown. We start with Congressman Daniel Webster, the Orlando Republican who thought he would...