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Arrigo Automotive Group Sponsors Sailfish Basketball Wednesday

Arrigo Automotive Group Sponsors Sailfish Basketball Wednesday

The Arrigo Automotive Group will sponsor two special halftime contests on Wednesday where a Palm Beach Atlantic student will have a chance to win a Fiat 500C and another will have the opportunity to walk away with 10,000 cash. The giveaways will take place at halftime of the men’s basketball

Fishing Weight Innovators Hook Top Prize in Business Contest

Fishing Weight Innovators Hook Top Prize in Business Contest

Teen entrepreneur Nicholas Spinelli is an avid fisherman. Like many anglers, he knows the challenge of switching out fishing weights quickly and easily. Recently he and a few classmates from Barron Collier High School in Naples invented a solution: an interchangeable fishing weight. 

Animated Children’s Characters Meet Classical Musicianship at Carousel Concert

Animated Children’s Characters Meet Classical Musicianship at Carousel Concert

Animated zoo and undersea creatures from the big and small screen are the inspiration for this year’s Children’s Carousel Concert at Palm Beach Atlantic University. The family-friendly concert is designed to introduce even the youngest music lovers to classical music and dance. Featuring the

PBA to Honor Fanjul, Jordan as Women of Distinction 2017

PBA to Honor Fanjul, Jordan as Women of Distinction 2017

Palm Beach Atlantic University will honor Palm Beach residents Emilia May Fanjul and Darlene Luccio Jordan as Women of Distinction 2017 at a luncheon Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, at The Breakers, Palm Beach. A pre-luncheon reception begins at 11:15 a.m.; the luncheon follows at noon. Tickets, at 200

Junior Nursing Students Pledge Commitment to Profession

Junior Nursing Students Pledge Commitment to Profession

“You can do it!” Those stirring words of encouragement were delivered by senior nursing student Roseanne Jean-Pierre to the 50 members of the junior class assembled for the School of Nursing’s annual Professional Commitment Ceremony January 20. Speaking on behalf of the senior class,

Alumni Association Board Welcomes New Members

Alumni Association Board Welcomes New Members

The Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association Board of Directors has elected five new members. Their appointments took effect Jan. 1. Newly appointed to the board are (photos below): Dr. Nancy Albertz-Schmidt ’05 Pharm.D. Sharon Gill ’14 Karen Hilo ’02 MBA Josue Leon ’11 MBA

The Trinity Forum Holds Discussion at PBA

The Trinity Forum Holds Discussion at PBA

The Trinity Forum held a two-day discussion with its board members on “Character & Courage in the 21st Century“ at Palm Beach Atlantic University Jan. 19 to Jan. 20.  Throughout the conference, the group discussed individual topics of “Challenges of the 21st Century,“ “The Content of Our

Women of Distinction Scholars Make a Difference On, Off Campus

Women of Distinction Scholars Make a Difference On, Off Campus

Reana De Pass of Orlando, Florida, and Cassie Stanton of Wheaton, Illinois, have been selected to receive Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Women of Distinction scholarships. Proceeds from the 26th Women of Distinction luncheon on Feb. 23, which will honor Palm Beach residents Emilia May Fanjul

The LeMieux Center for Public Policy Selects Freire, Wolfram as 2017 Fellows

The LeMieux Center for Public Policy Selects Freire, Wolfram as 2017 Fellows

Undergraduate students Nicole Freire and Jenna Wolfram have been selected to receive research fellowships from The LeMieux Center for Public Policy at Palm Beach Atlantic University this academic year.   Left, Nicole Freire and Jenna Wolfram, right, are the 2017 LeMieux

MLK Holiday Observed with Record-Setting Volunteerism

MLK Holiday Observed with Record-Setting Volunteerism

Friends Hannah Sutter and Liz Nikodem were each other’s motivation as they hunted for near-perfect tomatoes hiding in the growing fields at Mecca Farms in western Boynton Beach on Monday. “Finding the ones that are so red and round is so satisfying,” said Sutter, a freshman majoring in