Two PBA graduates were among the 43 contestants in last month’s Miss Florida pageant held in Lakeland. While neither Ginelle Ruffa nor Anne-Marie Campbell were named Miss Florida, they followed in the footsteps of 2010 PBA alumna Sierra Minott Jones, who participated in the 2008 event. As Miss
The Palm Beach Atlantic University softball team traveled for their first mission trip last month they partnered with HPS to minister to the local community in Coronado, Costa Rica. While in Costa Rica, the team attended two days of a six-day clinic hosted by the Costa Ricans National team.
By the first time Jason Fichter first sped around the track at age 16, he was hooked on racing cars. His interest spurred his family to move from New Jersey to Florida, closer to race tracks in Sebring and Palm Beach County. A recent accident that sent his car airborne for 12 seconds has not
Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. E. Randolph Richards has appointed Dr. Chelly Templeton, associate professor of education, as interim dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Studies effective August 1. “Dr. Templeton has earned the respect of her
Marcos Gonzalez, a current Master of Divinity/MBA student, hopes to redeem God’s design for a Christ-centered family. Gonzalez had a difficult childhood in neglectful and abusive foster care. At the age of 18 he enlisted in the Air Force, where he began to thrive and take online college
Nearly 70 student-athletes were named to the 2017 Sunshine State Conference Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll, announced last week by Commissioner Ed Pasque. A total of 67 Sailfish were named to the honor roll. The Sailfish had 58 spots on the fall honor roll, bringing their total to 125 during
Jared Windham, a PBA alumnus of 2003, served as a student pastor with the MFuge camps on PBA’s campus. Jared is the son of Joe Windham, who also graduated from PBA in 1975. Windham is an associate pastor of student ministries at Sarasota Baptist Church and is married with two young children.
Palm Beach Atlantic’s new Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) looks to service learning as a means to improve student learning. The theme, “Reach Out, Reach In, Reach Up,” in effect mirrors the University’s motto: Enlightening Minds, Enriching Souls, Extending Hands. Service learning is the area of
Statute of Martin Luther outside a church in Dresden, Germany. Photo by Nicole Corbin They went to Germany to commemorate an event that took place 500 years ago but they returned with additional insights tracking up to the recent history of the region that
Brian Wright, adjunct professor at PBA’s Orlando campus, uses experience serving in ministry at the Bureau of Prisons to teach evangelism and apologetics. Wright has served as a full-time federal prison chaplain for nearly a decade at the Bureau of Prisons. He received his masters of theology