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PBA to Host South Region Volleyball Tournament; Sailfish Are Top Seed

PBA to Host South Region Volleyball Tournament; Sailfish Are Top Seed

For the second straight year the Palm Beach Atlantic University volleyball team will host the NCAA DII South Region Tournament December 1-3 after the NCAA released the bracket for the 64-team field on Monday evening. The No. 10 Sailfish are riding a 28-match winning streak after completing a

CPFI Chapter Receives Grant for Hygiene Project

CPFI Chapter Receives Grant for Hygiene Project

The National Board of Directors of Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International has awarded a 500 grant to the student CPFI chapter in the Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University to support a hygiene project in connection with a local church’s homeless ministry. Chapter

29th Annual Alumni Golf Tournament Raises $57,000

29th Annual Alumni Golf Tournament Raises $57,000

The 29th annual Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association Golf Tournament held Oct. 15 netted 57,000 for the Association’s Scholarship Fund.   Winners on the Champion course were the Saari Construction team, from left, of Mark Kukkamaa, Tommy Belen, Steve

Graham Advocates for 9/11 Victims’ Families in LeMieux Center Discussion

Graham Advocates for 9/11 Victims’ Families in LeMieux Center Discussion

Bob Graham, the two-term Florida governor and three-term U.S. senator who co-chaired Congress’ joint inquiry into the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, on Wednesday addressed recent developments related to the investigation and also explained why he believes that 9/11 is not ready to be consigned to the

CEO Encourages Pursuit of Physical as Well as Fiscal Fitness

CEO Encourages Pursuit of Physical as Well as Fiscal Fitness

Many believe that business success, like virtue, is its own reward. But Centerra president and CEO Paul Donahue wants those in leadership roles to live long enough to enjoy the fruits of their labor.  “In my view, wealth without health is a fool’s path,” Donahue said recently during Palm Beach

Copan Writes Book for New Philosophers

Copan Writes Book for New Philosophers

A Little Book for New Philosophers by Palm Beach Atlantic University Professor and Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics Dr. Paul Copan has been published by IVP Academic. In A Little Book for New Philosophers, Copan offers a concise introduction to the study of philosophy. “By God's

Sign up for Free PBA Advent Devotional Guide

Sign up for Free PBA Advent Devotional Guide

Decorating with festive lights. Baking cookies to share. Sending greeting cards to friends and family. Stocking care packages for the military, the elderly and the poor. Sophia, Bernie and Nicholas Cueto light candles on an Advent wreath. Preparing for

Former Ambassador Tells Students About Importance of Values, Service

Former Ambassador Tells Students About Importance of Values, Service

Ambassador Eric Javits has faced some tense situations, starting with his first day on the job in 2001. As the new U.S. ambassador to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, Switzerland, he faced the wrath of ambassadors of several countries who were upset by an unexpected decision the United

‘Capitalism Works,’ Home Depot Cofounder Says on American Free Enterprise Day

‘Capitalism Works,’ Home Depot Cofounder Says on American Free Enterprise Day

Kenneth Langone, a giant of American free enterprise and philanthropy best known as a cofounder of The Home Depot, tells people there are three powerful things in life: a kind word, a thoughtful gesture and enthusiasm for what you do. “I would have probably paid to go to work every day because

Freshman Runner Named to All-South Team

Freshman Runner Named to All-South Team

Freshman cross country student-athlete Cami Rickenbach was named to the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-South Region team this week after placing second in the region championships this past Saturday. Rickenbach was the top Sailfish runner, placing second