Dad Tells Daughter’s Classmates Her Suffering Isn’t in Vain

Hobe Sound resident Sherwood Graham recalls the tough questions his wife, Elizabeth, blurted out through her tears one Sunday several months ago. The Grahams were driving to the hospital after church to visit their daughter Lauren, a Palm Beach Atlantic University student who was in a coma at that

Former Pentagon Insider Leads Dialogue at President’s Lyceum

    Difficult, sometimes seemingly impossible decisions were part of the job during Philip Odeen’s days serving in the office of former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara in the Vietnam era. Nor were they any easier when he later led the Defense and

Gary Carter Remembered at Fellowship of Christian Athletes Chapel

      PBA Interim President William M.B. Fleming Jr. shares his memories of Gary Carter during the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapel service.  

Theatre Student in Running for Miss Palm Beach County Title

Until recently, Palm Beach Atlantic University sophomore Olivia Luckey was perhaps better known as the reigning Miss Swamp Cabbage Queen in her hometown of LaBelle, Fla. She has since handed over her crown, but she is in the running for another regal title as she competes in the Miss Palm Beach

University Mourns Passing of Baseball Coach Gary Carter

University Mourns Passing of Baseball Coach Gary Carter

After a nearly nine-month battle with brain cancer, Palm Beach Atlantic University baseball head coach Gary Carter passed away on Thursday at 4:10 p.m. Nicknamed “The Kid” for his infectious smile and enthusiasm, Carter spent the last two plus seasons coaching baseball for the NCAA Division II

Students Take Message of Support for FRAG to Tallahassee

  Florida Gov. Rick Scott, center, poses for a photo in Tallahassee with Palm Beach Atlantic University's ICUF Presidential Fellows Johann Lilly, left, and Aris Rogers. Palm Beach Atlantic University students are grateful for the Florida

Theatergoers to Discover That ‘Something’s Afoot’ on Feb. 23

Palm Beach Atlantic University theatre student Lauren Bell plays Lady Grace Manley-Prowe and Jonathan Clarke plays Col. Gillweather in the Theatre Department's upcoming production of Something’s Afoot. The Palm

University, Community Partners Form Parker Avenue Consortium

With a history of community outreach, Palm Beach Atlantic University along with public and private partners has formed the Parker Avenue Consortium to bring additional resources into this West Palm Beach neighborhood. “Among Jesus’ greatest teachings is his commandment to love your neighbor as

Student Teachers Receive NextEra Grants for Energy Projects

Florida Power & Light Company’s NextEra Energy Foundation recently awarded grants to nine Palm Beach Atlantic University student teachers, including (from top, left to right) Ashley Walker, Kerri Murphy, Kristen Scarcella,

Martyrs of Different Races, Eras, Shared Faith, Speaker Says

February might be known as Black History Month, Dr. Terriel Byrd said in his chapel speech at Palm Beach Atlantic University this week, but it’s also the month when President’s Day is celebrated. For that reason, “it’s American history month,” he said.