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Nearly 400 Palm Beach Atlantic University students painted homes, worked on landscaping, removed trash, assisted with construction projects and organized children's activities at 10 locations across Palm Beach County on Saturday prior to this week's start of classes.
Students Volunteer in Community, Then Head to Classrooms

As part of a $5,000 Lighthouse Project grant from BB&T, 15 bank employees and their family members, along with Palm Beach Atlantic University students and employees, recently spent a Saturday morning restoring a playground in the Rosemary Village community of West Palm Beach.
Volunteers Refurbish Playground with Support from BB&T

Ten Palm Beach Atlantic University seniors were chosen to offer words of inspiration over four days in chapel last week. The speakers were chosen from a pool of students nominated by deans, faculty and staff members.

Six Palm Beach Atlantic University student leaders and one student organization were recognized during the recent Refresh Student Leadership Awards dinner in the Weyenberg Center.
Student Leaders, Organization Recognized at Awards Event

More than 650 Conniston Community Middle School students and their family members enjoyed an evening of food, physical activity and, above all, learning, during the school’s annual FCAT Family Night on Thursday.

As dozens of their peers left for global projects in Central and South America and the Caribbean during spring break last week, a group of eight Palm Beach Atlantic University students and two staff members remained in West Palm Beach for a unique urban immersion experience.
Students Spend Break Serving in Their Own Back Yard

Last week Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M. B. Fleming Jr. recognized six members of the PBA community for demonstrating the University's theme for the 2013-14 academic year, "PBA One — One Mind, One Voice."
Six Commended for Actions that Exemplify 'PBA One' Theme

Palm Beach Atlantic University takes another step in its commitment to remaining on the leading edge of higher education technology with the launch today of the University’s free mobile app: Palm PBA.

More than 150 Palm Beach Atlantic University students performed community service at six Palm Beach County locations on Monday as part of the annual MLK Challenge. Since 2001, PBA students have spent Martin Luther King Day participating in service projects through PBA's Workship program.

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Date: January 3, 2014
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