Seniors Offer Parting Words to Fellow Students in Chapel

Software engineer Melanie Kafka remembers being at a critical point in her life when she discovered Palm Beach Atlantic University. Melanie Kafka and Eric Aquino with Mark Kaprive       Brianna Brown and Caitlyn Girardi

Journalists, Insiders Discuss 2012 Election During Dialogue

In the days leading up to the 2012 presidential election, while pollsters were predicting that Florida would be a relatively easy win for Republican candidate Mitt Romney, those inside the Romney campaign were seeing different indicators, the candidate’s senior advisor in Florida said. Brett

Suncoast Teams Prevail in Math, Computer Science Contests

The winning mathematics team members from Suncoast High School receive their prizes, a trophy and Texas Instruments graphing calculators. Their advisor, Dr. Mary Murray, is on the left. The winning computer science team

Alumna Named Mayor of Palm Beach County

Alumna Named Mayor of Palm Beach County

Palm Beach County Commissioner Priscilla A. Taylor, a 1999 graduate of the MBA program in Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Rinker School of Business, has been chosen by her fellow commissioners to serve as the county’s mayor. Taylor, who previously served as vice mayor, replaces Commissioner

Employees Recognized for Uniting People Across Campus

Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M. B. Fleming Jr. last week recognized five members of the PBA community for demonstrating the University’s theme for the 2013-14 academic year, “PBA One — One Mind, One Voice.” President William M. B. Fleming

LeMieux Center to Hold Presidential Election Cycle Dialogue

The LeMieux Center for Public Policy at Palm Beach Atlantic University will host a dialogue, “Insights into the 2012 Presidential Election and the 2014 Election Cycle,” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Lassiter Rotunda of the Warren Library, 300 Pembroke Place, West Palm Beach. The event is free

Middle-Schooler Coaches Winning Entrant in Annual Bug Race

A 13-year-old with a love of science proved to be roach coach extraordinaire at the 31st annual Great American Bug Race at Palm Beach Atlantic University on Wednesday. Thomas Bronson, a home-educated seventh-grader who is enrolled in Florida Virtual School, came to his first-ever bug race with

Past PBA President Urges Students to Appreciate Their Youth

Once again standing before students in Palm Beach Atlantic University’s DeSantis Family Chapel, former PBA President Dr. Paul Corts asked those in attendance to stand up and look around them. “This is holy ground. This is really, really holy ground,” he said. “There’s not a chance it could

County Commissioner to Receive Distinguished Alumnus Award

Broward County Commissioner Martin Kiar, who previously served for six years in the Florida House of Representatives, says he attributes many of his achievements to the educational foundation that Palm Beach Atlantic University laid for him.    

Urban Youth Impact Founder Named Distinguished Alumnus

Former golf professional Bill Hobbs was well into his ministry of serving the inner-city youth of West Palm Beach by the time he earned a degree in human resources management from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 1991. He later formed Urban Youth Impact, a reputable, faith-based nonprofit