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Central Florida Future, December 10, 1997 Dec 1997

Central Florida Future, December 10, 1997

Central Florida Future

Home for the holidays: Airlines suffer from discounts and rule bending; GLBSU considers lawsuit against SG; Bookstore writes a new chapter.


Central Florida Future, December 3, 1997 Dec 1997

Central Florida Future, December 3, 1997

Central Florida Future

UCF extends its reach into outer space; H.E.R.O.s are found at UCF; Students in debt find help to pay bills.


Arqueología De Un Paisaje Agrícola En La Provincia Yacuma, Departamento Del Beni, Bolivia, John H. Walker Dec 1997

Arqueología De Un Paisaje Agrícola En La Provincia Yacuma, Departamento Del Beni, Bolivia, John H. Walker

ProSIGAB Documents

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Central Florida Future, November 26, 1997 Nov 1997

Central Florida Future, November 26, 1997

Central Florida Future

Culpepper snubs NFL for UCF; Accusations fly over GLBSU funding; Sororities money for scholarships; Teleconference connects colleges to discuss campus crime.


Central Florida Future, November 19, 1997 Nov 1997

Central Florida Future, November 19, 1997

Central Florida Future

Warning: Campus water could be hazardous to our health; World-renowned clay artist conducts workshop at UCF; Carnival offered relief from stress a boost for school spirit; Lack of funds hurts School of Communications.


Central Florida Future, November 12, 1997 Nov 1997

Central Florida Future, November 12, 1997

Central Florida Future

Homecoming 97: Strike up the band everybody loves a parade; Senate slashes funds for students with alternative lifestyles; Vaudeville resurrected just in time for Homecoming; Helping minorities stay together.


Central Florida Future, November 5, 1997 Nov 1997

Central Florida Future, November 5, 1997

Central Florida Future

UCF police officers' authority limited; Senate meeting cut short because of counsel memo; Around the clock construction to complete parking garage; Family Ties provides safety for kids.


Central Florida Future, October 29, 1997 Oct 1997

Central Florida Future, October 29, 1997

Central Florida Future

Solutions for global problems; Students compete for title of Mr. UCF; Sociology department offers courses in violence; Forum gives insight to communication students.


Central Florida Future, October 22, 1997 Oct 1997

Central Florida Future, October 22, 1997

Central Florida Future

Tubbs suggests reasons for resignation; Problems with Pegasus? Held desk lightens work load; Nature anatomy and sexuality expresses Art Gallery's exhibit; Speaker does no let AIDS destroy hope.


Central Florida Future, October 15, 1997 Oct 1997

Central Florida Future, October 15, 1997

Central Florida Future

Business thrives in Student Union; Senators oppose funding for UCF Rescue; Is affirmative action on the ropes?


Central Florida Future, October 8, 1997 Oct 1997

Central Florida Future, October 8, 1997

Central Florida Future

Tubbs asked to resign as student affairs vice president; Christianity flexes its muscles; Registration goes on-line; A cloud of conspiracy infiltrated the UCF Arena.


Central Florida Future, October 1, 1997 Oct 1997

Central Florida Future, October 1, 1997

Central Florida Future

Tram service provides an alternative to walking; Building Ph. D. program future Affairs for college; Exploring mysteries of the universe; Bones are the storytellers of the universe.


Opac Computer Based Training: Html And Alternatives, Athena Holcomb Sep 1997

Opac Computer Based Training: Html And Alternatives, Athena Holcomb

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

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Central Florida Future, September 24, 1997 Sep 1997

Central Florida Future, September 24, 1997

Central Florida Future

Record crowd goes wild at home opener; Vacant senate seats for College of Education; A lazy stroll in the woods.


Central Florida Future, September 17, 1997 Sep 1997

Central Florida Future, September 17, 1997

Central Florida Future

UCF to rally behind Spirit Day Friday; Forget moral victories


Central Florida Future, September 10, 1997 Sep 1997

Central Florida Future, September 10, 1997

Central Florida Future

Health center undergoes reconstructive surgery; Chiming in a new tradition; "Night with Adam Sandler" comes to UCF.


Central Florida Future, September 3, 1997 Sep 1997

Central Florida Future, September 3, 1997

Central Florida Future

University of Central Florida welcomes Bob Dole; New center to improve writing skills; Center offers hope for healing.


Ruminating On The U.S. Open Tennis Championships, Richard C. Crepeau Aug 1997

Ruminating On The U.S. Open Tennis Championships, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Looking back to the first radio commentary I did six years ago, the subject was the U.S. Open Tennis Championships where the stellar performance that year by Jimmy Connors, especially in his late night match against Patrick McEnroe, was such a contrast with the sorry performance by the over hyped Andre Agassi. Connors has since moved on to the seniors tour while Agassi's career remains largely the story of the failure to live up to the hype and the potential.


Central Florida Future, August 27, 1997 Aug 1997

Central Florida Future, August 27, 1997

Central Florida Future

UCF Football: Knights look to revel against favored Ole Miss; Artists stage peaceful protest at senate meeting; 'Rooms for Rent:' New halls to open doors by '98.


College Sport And Pell Grants, Richard C. Crepeau Aug 1997

College Sport And Pell Grants, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

All the color and pageantry of college football is about to be unleashed on us again, along with all the NCAA public relations machinery designed to tell us how important college sports have been in building character in modern America. What we won't hear discussed in those NCAA halftime promotional spots will be the details of fraud in Pell Grants, the federal aid program for needy college students.


Central Florida Future, August 20, 1997 Aug 1997

Central Florida Future, August 20, 1997

Central Florida Future

Hit vetoes part of SGA budget; Union grand opening; Barnes & Noble to operate campus bookstore; Beware of date rape drugs.


On Sport And Society 8-15-1997, Richard C. Crepeau Aug 1997

On Sport And Society 8-15-1997, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

While sitting and waiting for the National Rifle Association to intervene on behalf of Barry Switzer and Alan Iverson, and contemplating Greg Maddox signing for 11.5 million dollars per year, and Kevin Garnett turning down 17 million dollars per year and demanding 22.5, I tried to concentrate on the more important issues. For example, will Bud Selig ever leave the commissioner's office while still breathing, and, what do I think about radical realignment in baseball?


Disney's Wide World Of Sports, Richard C. Crepeau Aug 1997

Disney's Wide World Of Sports, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

The Sporting News named Michael Eisner the fifth most powerful figure in sports this past year a position that seems a little low to me, but then Disney is still a novice in SportsWorld. The Disney Sports Empire is growing, and one of the newest parts of that empire is located here in Orlando at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex.


Central Florida Future, July 30, 1997 Jul 1997

Central Florida Future, July 30, 1997

Central Florida Future

A year in review: the top newsmakers; Students struggle to avoid credit card trouble.


Tommy Lasorda, Richard C. Crepeau Jul 1997

Tommy Lasorda, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

In a week in which I could choose to talk of Ben Hogan or Don Shula, I find myself compelled towards one of the best known men in baseball over the past twenty years, Tommy Lasorda, who will be inducted into the manager's wing at Cooperstown on Sunday. Nellie Fox, Phil Niekro, and Willie Wells will also be honored. The fourteenth manager and the fifteenth Dodger honored, this man, who has been considered one of baseball's great ambassadors over the past twenty years, is an overwhelming fan's choice for a spot at Cooperstown.


Central Florida Future, July 23, 1997 Jul 1997

Central Florida Future, July 23, 1997

Central Florida Future

Coffee cart hopes perk up for fall; Student has a good rap going; Campus voices outrage over Versace murder.


Jason Williams And Academics, Richard C. Crepeau Jul 1997

Jason Williams And Academics, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

About two weeks ago The Orlando Sentinel ran an interesting story about a young man named Jason Williams who, according to all reports, could become the best point guard in the history of the basketball program at the University of Florida. There is only one small problem: "I hate school. I hate it so much I can't stand it," says Williams. Certainly this is a view that is shared by many young men and women, some of whom for a multitude of reasons end up in classrooms at universities around the country.


Tyson Holyfield, Cathedrals, Skewed Values, Richard C. Crepeau Jul 1997

Tyson Holyfield, Cathedrals, Skewed Values, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

It was Monday the 30th of June. I had just spent the morning at the Vatican Museum, the final stop of which is at the Sistine Chapel, considered by some to be the penultimate work of art in the history of the western world. To stand in that large room and absorb the work of Michelangelo, even among the crush and din of the tourists, is one of the great experiences of a lifetime. You leave with a feeling that there is indeed something of the divine within the human spirit which Michelangelo has managed to capture on the walls ...


Central Florida Future, July 17, 1997 Jul 1997

Central Florida Future, July 17, 1997

Central Florida Future

Coffee controversy leaves students brewing; Professor explores Mars on campus; Miss UCF reaches for the stars; UCF revs up with engine curriculum.


Fenway Park And The Ted, Richard C. Crepeau Jul 1997

Fenway Park And The Ted, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

There is the old, and the new old, more stylishly termed the retro. We're talking ballparks, major league ballparks. Over the past few weeks I had the pleasure of being at one of the very oldest, Fenway Park in Boston, and the newest of the new old parks, "The Ted" in Atlanta.