Columnist Will Critical of 'Welfare State' in LeMieux Center Event

Columnist George Will addresses the President's Lyceum in PBA's Warren Library. The Lyceum is made up of Honors Students. Washington Post columnist and Fox News commentator George Will said Wednesday the real problem in the nation’s capital isn’t

PBA Aids Middle-Schoolers with Civic-Minded Science Projects

Like other students at her school, seventh-grader Kimberly Mace saw a problem: Water, a precious resource worldwide, is being wasted by adults and young people alike. So when asked to come up with a science-related problem and to outline the solution, the Conniston Middle School student and a

SOCM Students On Top at BEA Awards

From left: Anthony Rose, Rachel Bartolotta and Amber Clack display their scriptwriting awards at the Broadcast Education Association's Festival of Media Arts in Las Vegas. Three students from the School of Communication and Media were among the

Staples Foundation Supports Summer Camp, Institute

Palm Beach Atlantic University, in partnership with Staples Foundation, the charitable arm of Staples, Inc., will present Summer Camp and Institute at PBA, a science summer camp for rising first- through 12th-graders, at the University’s main campus. For incoming first- through eighth-graders,

Thirst for Entrepreneurship Results in Winning Business Plan

Thirst for Entrepreneurship Results in Winning Business Plan

During a trip to Seattle, Palm Beach Atlantic University freshman Shawn Peterson noticed fellow travelers sipping an exotic-looking drink. When Peterson tried one of the refreshing beverages, known as Boba teas, he thought about how great it would be to enjoy the drinks back home in Florida.

Founding Chairman Recalled as One with 'Great Heart for God'

Founding Chairman Recalled as One with 'Great Heart for God'

Palm Beach cardiologist and Palm Beach Atlantic University Founding Chairman Dr. Donald Warren will be remembered as a man who not only cared for the physical hearts of men and women but as a Christ follower who “understood the spiritual heart of a human being,” his former pastor, Dr. Jack

Retired COO: ‘Creative Followership’ Leads to Fulfillment

Jimmy Collins got his first job delivering groceries by bicycle at age 12. The arrangement worked well for both him and his employer, Collins recalled Thursday at Palm Beach Atlantic University. “Do you know why he hired me? To do the things he didn’t like to do,” said Collins, now 77 and the

NCAA DII Reps Help With Third Annual FCAT Night at Conniston

Representatives of NCAA DII schools from around the country posed for a photo before helping out with FCAT Family Night at Conniston Middle School. This was part of the NCAA DII Identity Workshop being hosted by Palm Beach Atlantic University. PBA

Students to Present Posters at National Cancer Research Meeting

Two Palm Beach Atlantic University students have been selected to present posters during an upcoming national cancer research conference in San Diego. Morganne Bayliss, a senior majoring in biology, and Spenser Smith, a senior majoring in medicinal and biological chemistry, will participate

PBA Theatre to Present 'Seussical' at Kravis April 10-12

PBA Theatre to Present 'Seussical' at Kravis April 10-12

The Palm Beach Atlantic University Theatre Department will present “Seussical” by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, April 10-12, with a 2 p.m. matinee Saturday, April 12, at the Persson Rehearsal Hall at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts,