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University of Central Florida

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  • Deputies: Armed robber hit UCF-area Del Taco

    Deputies: Armed robber hit UCF-area Del Taco
    Orange County Sheriff's deputies are investigating an armed robbery at the Del Taco restaurant near the University of Central Florida, officials said. Workers at the restaurant said a man wearing a white sweatshirt walked up to the drive-through window,...
  • UCF's downtown Orlando campus could create thousands of jobs

    UCF's downtown Orlando campus could create thousands of jobs
    Building University of Central Florida's downtown Orlando campus would create about 4,070 construction jobs worth about $255 million in wages and salaries, according to an economic study. "Built as now planned and with other investments occurring in...
  • A sneak peek backstage at UCF

    A sneak peek backstage at UCF
    When rapper Kid Ink comes to perform at the University of Central Florida next week at the first Knightfest concert, he'll drink orange juice — no pulp — and eat Skittles (preferred flavor Crazy Core, please) backstage. For his co-headliner,...
  • UCF Foundation chief Robert Holmes to retire

    UCF Foundation chief Robert Holmes to retire
    The head of the University of Central Florida Foundation announced Friday he will retire, just weeks after he received an outpouring of public criticism for dismissing a top alumni leader. Robert Holmes, chief executive officer for the influential...
  • UCF med students get hands-on experience helping uninsured

    UCF med students get hands-on experience helping uninsured
    Every other Thursday night, UCF medical students don their white coats and practice what will one day be their real job. They see patients, run labs and schedule appointments at Grace Medical Home, which sees Orange County working poor who have no...
  • Theater review: '(a love story)' from Theatre UCF

     Theater review: '(a love story)' from Theatre UCF
    Love may be complicated, but it's far more entertaining than Kelly Lusk's "(a love story)," Theatre UCF's latest production. The work, which was read at Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2013 festival of new plays, is highly theatrical — starting with...
  • Free FAFSA help sessions are taking place across the region

    Free FAFSA help sessions are taking place across the region
    Need help applying for financial aid? The FAFSA paperwork can be grueling and time-consuming for students to fill out. But it's also required if students bound for college want to see if they can receive federal grants, work-study and loans. FAFSA...
  • UCF to hold forum on police-race relations

    UCF to hold forum on police-race relations
    Sparked by recent headlines across the nation, the University of Central Florida is sponsoring a forum Monday night on the subject of race, law enforcement and social justice. The two-hour discussion, called “Do All Lives Matter?,” will...
  • UCF student had marijuana shipped to campus apartment, cops say

    A University of Central Florida student was arrested last week, accused of having more than an ounce of marijuana shipped from California to his on-campus apartment, an arrest affidavit states. According to the affidavit, the Orange County Sheriff's...
  • Parramore plan seeks to improve city's poorest neighborhood

    Parramore plan seeks to improve city's poorest neighborhood
    Nick Aiken has seen the best and the worst of Parramore. Co-owner of an acclaimed soul-food restaurant in Parramore, Aiken, 71, remembers the early 1960s when his neighborhood was "all hustle and bustle," a vibrant place that was home to 18,000 people...
  • Arts events show students lessons of the Civil War

     Arts events show students lessons of the Civil War
    A century and a half after the end of the Civil War, Jeff Revels wondered how to make America's bloodiest conflict relevant to today's students. Then, the artistic director of child-focused Orlando Repertory Theatre  found the answer in current headlines....