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Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 33, December 16, 2004 Dec 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 33, December 16, 2004

Central Florida Future

What I want for the holidays...A peek at the gifts Future writers hope to find under the tree


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 32, December 6, 2004 Dec 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 32, December 6, 2004

Central Florida Future

Holiday Blues: The winter break is a dangerous time for students dealing with depression; Senate's $12,000 for wild ride: Baja vehicles add to $2300 total semester funding; Find spring classes with Web services.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 31, December 2, 2004 Dec 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 31, December 2, 2004

Central Florida Future

Master Plan approved despite community protest: Protesters claim UCF violated Florida statutes; Bush's Cabinet empties: Ridge joins exodus empowering 'hawks'; SGA's leader tells all: President Peters speaks out about year's wins and losses; Bus poisons food bank employees; Israel the chief concern for Jewish student voters.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 30, November 29, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 30, November 29, 2004

Central Florida Future

Broken home: A displaced resident wants out of his one-year lease for a ruined apartment in Pegasus Pointe; Master Plan will add 2000 campus beds: Activists say complaints are ignored in UCF's growth plan; Muslims vote with religions in mind; No fair-weather fans here.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 29, November 22, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 29, November 22, 2004

Central Florida Future

Football's final attempt at a win: Expectations may have been too high for O'Leary's start; Activity fee to increase: SGA-baked boost would push UCF's overall per-hour charges to the top; Tofurkey as an alternative: Animal-rights campaigners aim for Thanksgiving awareness; Jesus would vote for George W. Bush: And other myths of Christianity politics and their jilted marriage.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 28, November 18, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 28, November 18, 2004

Central Florida Future

Golden Rule under review: Current rule could permit unfair expulsion; Hungry for change: Within a few feet from where senior Ben Mahon sits at a fancy table; being served a five-course meal junior Paigae Yim sits on the hard floor amongst bits of torn newspaper; Women studies art unite: LEAD Scholars group showcases work of local women artists; Get overseas credit on Spring Break: Study Abroad offers new programs in Africa and Japan.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 27, November 15, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 27, November 15, 2004

Central Florida Future

Election breaks trends: Conservatism and moral values' rule minds of voters; Petition for life: Parents of dead children want to ban cell phones while driving.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 26, November 11, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 26, November 11, 2004

Central Florida Future

Frankenstein brings Library to life: Monster exhibit pairs literature modern science; Citrus lots squeezing parking cash; Distorted male image: Researchers say chiseled models sell ads shatter male self-worth; Cornerstone: Bear Care 101: Class project raises cash and awareness for battered animals.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 25, November 8, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 25, November 8, 2004

Central Florida Future

Waiting in line turns virtual on MyUCF site: Class holding isn't an option with new wait lists for popular classes; Are you covered enough? Renters insurance is not required by law in apartment homes; Glass ceiling goodies show discrimination: Feminist club spreads the word about unfair wages by sliding-scale prices; SGA's first fiscal bill goes to forensic club: Sponsors and members disappointed with $2000 cut to conference funds.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 24, November 4, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 24, November 4, 2004

Central Florida Future

Superstitions abound but voters give Bush the 'W': Washington Redskins game early polls fail to pick presidential winner; Homecoming events take to the stage; Rec center's opening pumps up students; Pegasus' roof up in smoke: Cigarette left burning on a La-Z-Boy ignites 3-alarm blaze displacing 47; Cheerleading about sport not pompoms: UCF's team won 2003 national championship.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 36 No. 23, November 1, 2004 Nov 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 36 No. 23, November 1, 2004

Central Florida Future

Why this election matters to me: First-timers and repeaters reflect on importance of voting; Control lies in Florida's hands: Partisan dominance of Senate at stake in Castor Martinez race; Ludacris kicks off Knightmare 2004: Rap star joined by the Ataris Further Seems Forever.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 22, October 28, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 22, October 28, 2004

Central Florida Future

Speaker confusion continues: Illegal motions and meetings in Senate; Free rides big problem: Not enough seats buses to go around; Ryan RFK Jr. chop down Bush: Kennedy: Environment has been under attack; Fake poll but real answers.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 21, October 25, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 21, October 25, 2004

Central Florida Future

You [don't] get what you pay for: Board of Governors approves block tuition for state schools; Stickers suffer sneaky switch: Bitter partisanship of election leads to petty vandalism and replacement of bumper stickers; User unfriendly: MyUCF portal frustrates most who try to log on; Former senator decries 'the most corrupt meeting I've ever seen': Brand new Senate off to a rocky start; leadership in doubt.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 20, October 21, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 20, October 21, 2004

Central Florida Future

More on Florida's ballot than just Kerry v. Bush: Voters will consider eight amendments to the Sunshine State's constitution; Pretty face in politics: Titanic star and a former EPA official criticize president; Off-campus gym not pulling its own weight: Hundreds of fitness buffs join commercial gyms.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 19, October 18, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 19, October 18, 2004

Central Florida Future

Florida voting a problem already: Confusion over voter registration forms leaves activists bitter; Advertising gets political this fall: Campaign adds an edge to marketing of food Internet and even beer; Why people are voting this election: Apathy still exists but most feel this race is important.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 18, October 14, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 18, October 14, 2004

Central Florida Future

Is football a flop? With 0-5 start fans wonder what coaches' pay is buying; Absentee early votes let voices be heard: New state laws ease voting woes eliminate local poll bureaucracy; Film and digital media get home downtown: After $6.3 million revamp UCF to lease Expo Centre for $1 per year for 40 years.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 17, October 11, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 17, October 11, 2004

Central Florida Future

SGA Senate runoffs will fill 13 open seats: United UCF and the Golden Ticket battle for more victories; In second debate candidates get nasty: Bush discovers he has a lumber company; Arabic lessons find new audience: Interest is rising in the dominant language of the Middle East.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 16, October 7, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 16, October 7, 2004

Central Florida Future

Books that take flight: Flying Horse printing press succeeds by merging words and images into art; No. 2s open up in debate: Talks have mixed results on voters who go to UCF; Confused and cornered: Voters not sure of issues relying on first impressions.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 15, October 4, 2004 Oct 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 15, October 4, 2004

Central Florida Future

Higher fees for foreigners: $50 per semester added to UCF budget; Moore invades campus: 'I won't even ask who you're voting for ' he says; First election violation is filed against the Golden Ticket.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 13, September 30, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 13, September 30, 2004

Central Florida Future

10 years later; stage set for new arts building: Music theater programs eagerly await expansion; Politics all flash no bang: Panel worried about voters' complacency; Get ready to rock: UCF alumni join big bands at 7-hour concert.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 12, September 28, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 12, September 28, 2004

Central Florida Future

Latest storm adds little cost to $8.4 million toll; Campus activism heating up: Moore Scarborough and long protest on agenda; Debating America's dominance: Power and security come into focus; SGA Senate candidates off an running...almost: Petitions earn candidates face time; Delayed vote means more campaigning.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 11, September 23, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 11, September 23, 2004

Central Florida Future

Kerry storms back into Florida: Candidate accuses Bush of living in denial; Senate Q&A falls flat: no one came to meet or greet SGA hopefuls; Pop culture politics: Celebrities aim to influence their young fans.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 10, September 20, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 10, September 20, 2004

Central Florida Future

Expensive majors can cost thousands more: Learning how to budget is essential; Where does tuition go? Breaking it down one fee at a time; Get out in four years: U Can't Finish grads catching up; Running for senate a race before it begins: Candidates time declaring intention.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 09, September 16, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 09, September 16, 2004

Central Florida Future

Hurricane delays replace 'dog ate it' as excuse: Disruptions in schedules test dates distract; Sound of alarms: Deputies arrest car burglary suspects; Knightstock II: Deja vu: Campus concert returns with familiar faces and new names; Procrastinators can still run for Senate; Assault gun used in attack on Miami officer: Days before ban is lifted weapon injured woman.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 08, September 13, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 08, September 13, 2004

Central Florida Future

SGA Senate opens the door for new blood: Applications are due on Wednesday; Fans' hopes still high despite loss: Rowdy Knights rile the stands with taunts and cheers; Ivan not a threat: Storm veers away from Central Florida; Weapons for sale: Absent push from Bush ban on assault guns will end today.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 07, September 9, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 07, September 9, 2004

Central Florida Future

Storm forces Greek Rush to regroup: Jewish fraternity has conflict with holiday; Sorority gets wet; frat gets hammered: As days pass Hurricane Frances' destruction becomes more evident; Checking out from afar: Off-campus access to information just got EZ thanks to new software; Setting the tone for the season.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 06, September 8, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 06, September 8, 2004

Central Florida Future

Hurricane hits with softer touch: Feathered from Frances campus 'looking good'; Dating in prime-time: Big Man auditions attract a big crowd.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 05, September 2, 2004 Sep 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 05, September 2, 2004

Central Florida Future

Hurricane threat shuts down campus - again; Time to pay tuition looms: Financial-aid recipients can check estimated aid online; Disturbing the peace in New York: Campus Peace Action protests Bush policies; O'Leary's big debut delayed: Football fans still hope former 'Coach of the Year' will deliver.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 04, August 30, 2004 Aug 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 04, August 30, 2004

Central Florida Future

Senate primary has impact beyond Florida: Crowded field vies tomorrow for vacant seat; Pay for 30 ours each year: Block tuition proposal has students paying up; In search of the BMOC: TV reality show seeks larger-life-life characters; Office works to maintain UCF's place in world: Director for global perspectives programs campus events with news in mind.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 03, August 26, 2004 Aug 2004

Central Florida Future, Vol. 37 No. 03, August 26, 2004

Central Florida Future

Raw fish added to campus food choices: Two new venues in Student Union give lunchtime rush more variety; Frat punishments lifted; SAE and Phi Delt are now free to recruit this fall; More passes more cars same spaces: Heavy traffic makes parking hard to come by on campus; Power use called 'wasteful' while lights are left on.