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Honda Classic Helps Donors Give More Generously to Missions

Honduras was one of the destinations of PBA mission teams during spring break. The student missions program at Palm Beach Atlantic University raised a total 92,418, more than double the amount from the previous year,

Students in Campus Housing Honored for Academic Achievements

Palm Beach Atlantic University Interim President William M.B. Fleming Jr. and the Office of Residence Life have recognized the academic success of several students living in campus housing. Male residents in Weyenberg Hall achieved an average GPA of 3.35, the highest among men’s residential

Scholar Finds Leadership Lessons in Civil Rights Pioneers

The civil rights crusaders that author and scholar Dr. Lea Williams profiled in her book "Servants of the People: The 1960s Legacy of African American Leadership" all had very different leadership styles and roles, but their experiences offer valuable lessons to future leaders, Dr.

Legendary Choral Director Celebrated at Founders Day Chapel

Dr. Ray Robinson, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Music, was honored Tuesday (4/3) during PBA's annual Founders Day Chapel in the Rubin Arena of the Greene Athletic Complex. The PBA Alumni Choir serenaded Dr. Robinson and many

Community-Minded Juniors Chosen for Servant Leadership Award

Matt Crumb of Mokena, Ill., and Bobbi Thornton of Tiverton, R.I., have been named the 2012 recipients of the Servant Leadership Award from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Matt Crumb The Servant Leadership Award