09/2013
Sports lovers, arts enthusiasts, gamers and others will find plenty of activities suitable for family bonding time during Palm Beach Atlantic University's Family Weekend, which begins Thursday, Oct. 10, and runs through Sunday, Oct. 13.

Bruce Grant, president and chief shareholder of Applied Value Group and board member for World Vision, spoke to Palm Beach Atlantic University students this week during the President's Lyceum.

Three students from Palm Beach Atlantic University were among 30 students from across the United States chosen by Shining Light Ministries to be part of a select performing arts ministry team for the organization's summer Impact Tour.
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First-year Palm Beach Atlantic University students Beryl Carr and Jessica Martin have been chosen to receive the University's Farish Scholarship, a four-year, full-tuition scholarship awarded to those who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievements and a commitment to community service.
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The Tauni de Lesseps Gallery at Palm Beach Atlantic University is pleased to announce an exhibit of landscapes by Joyce Pinckney Craft (1927-1999) through Nov. 15.

Speaker and author David Nasser, who fled Iran with his family at age 9 and converted to Christianity at age 18, spoke to Palm Beach Atlantic University students this week during Christival.
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The Claude Rhea Family Concert Series presents the Palm Beach Atlantic University Hispanic Heritage Festival co-sponsored by Classical South Florida 90.7 FM on Saturday, Sept. 28, and Sunday, Sept. 29, at the Helen K. Persson Recital Hall in Vera Lea Rinker Hall, 326 Acacia Road, West Palm Beach.
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Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M.B. Fleming Jr. has announced the establishment of a fellows program supported by The LeMieux Center for Public Policy.

Dr. Jimmy Scroggins, lead pastor of First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, told Palm Beach Atlantic University students on Thursday that he doesn't long to live in the fictional town of Mayberry. He instead longs "to be a part of the kingdom of Jesus."
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Palm Beach Atlantic University projects an impact of $326,248,695 on Palm Beach County's economy this academic year, according to the University's Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness.

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