Jason Dodrill and Chris Hernandez Austin Simpson and Bradley Mack Kyra Brundell and Deborah Levinsky Rebekah Bouch and Samantha Axtell
Karl H. Watson, retired president and chief operating officer of Rinker Materials Corporation and consultant for CEMEX, will be the keynote speaker during Palm Beach Atlantic University’s 14th annual M.B.A. Awards presentation on Dec. 3. The event, which will be held at 6 p.m. in Vera
State Sen. Lizbeth Benacquisto, R-Ft. Myers, has been named Majority Leader of the Florida Senate. A Palm Beach Atlantic University alumna, she has served in the state Senate since 2010 and became the deputy majority leader in 2011.
Jenna McCoy (from left) plays Emmy, Palm Beach Atlantic University student Amberly Harman plays Nora, Zosia Gordon plays Elizabeth and PBA student Claudio Conte plays Torvald in “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen. Performances are Nov. 28-Dec. 1
Palm Beach Atlantic University freshman Evan Berlanti of Bokeelia, Fla., has been named the first recipient of the University’s Barbara H. Ferrin Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship is named in honor of the late Barbara
Tracy C. Butler, director of education for the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, announced the Center’s Outstanding Local Student for the month of December is Palm Beach Atlantic University musical theatre major Lindsay Bell. A senior, Bell is already looking forward to
Palm Beach Atlantic University recognized three business students with scholarships at its American Free Enterprise Day ceremonies Nov. 8. This year marked the 27th year of the event, which honors community business leaders who put into practice the principles of free enterprise in their
The 'Fish are officially in. The Palm Beach Atlantic University Salifish volleyball team was announced on Sunday night as one of the 64 participants for the upcoming NCAA Division II Championship Tournament Nov. 29-Dec. 8. The Sailfish claimed the No. 3-seed in the South Region.
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s School of Music and Fine Arts will present an Evening of German Songs (Liederabend) on Thursday, Nov. 29, at 6 p.m. in the Helen K. Persson Recital Hall in Vera Lea Rinker Hall. Admission is free and a reception with authentic German pastries will follow.
Dirk Helmling, founder of 29.11 Ministries and a 1992 Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate, speaks in the DeSantis Family Chapel on Thursday morning as part of this year's Homecoming activities. Since graduating from Palm Beach Atlantic