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Homecoming 2018…A Spectacular 50|50 Celebration

Homecoming 2018…A Spectacular 50|50 Celebration

The 50th Anniversary Alumni Celebration will be held at The Harriet Himmel; Theater at CityPlace on November 3. Fifty years of tradition. Fifty more to come. That’s the spirit behind Homecoming 2018. Alumni Relations will be presenting a week of entertainment, worship, archive tours, trivia

The Men Behind ‘The Luck of Roaring Camp’

The Men Behind ‘The Luck of Roaring Camp’

The Lubben Brothers on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach. There are few things stronger than the bond that exists between men. Both the production and the men who created The Luck of Roaring Camp, the sold-out American folk musical smash, are fine examples. It tells the story of a camp

Why I Chose to be a Nurse

Why I Chose to be a Nurse

Dainelle Wilson “I chose to be a nurse because I like to educate people,” said Dainelle Wilson ’18, not mincing her words. That desire to educate people started early on. As a child, she wanted to be a teacher, just like her mom. As a science middle school teacher at an autism school, Wilson

LeMieux Fellows Take on Education, Immigration

LeMieux Fellows Take on Education, Immigration

; ; Conflicts in public viewpoints concerning education and immigration were the public policy subjects researched by the current class of LeMieux Fellows, Ariana Fernandez and Sarah Murray. Their presentations before a panel comprised of former U.S. Senator George LeMieux, President Fleming

From Orphans to Heirs Conference Reveals God's Heart

From Orphans to Heirs Conference Reveals God's Heart

From Orphans to Heirs Conference, October 27,; 8:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. “How cool is it that the same God, who created mountains, oceans, and galaxies, looked at you and thought the world needed one of you too.” This is Martha Christlieb’s tagline on her PBA email signature. It reveals the heart of

Anneliese Walrath, Marimba Player Sets the Stage

Anneliese Walrath, Marimba Player Sets the Stage

Anneliese Walrath on the cover of Centre Stage. It’s not every day that you see women emerging to play the marimba, a classical musical instrument played dominantly by male players. And it’s not every day that you see percussionist Anneliese Walrath, a senior music major at Palm Beach Atlantic ,

Dr. John Lennox Dares Students to Speak Up, Ignite their Faith

Dr. John Lennox Dares Students to Speak Up, Ignite their Faith

John Lennox In a time when the world is abuzz with talks that place God in the same sentence as the tooth fairy,; hundreds of people convened at the DeSantis Family Chapel Oct. 8 – 9, to hear the world renown Northern Irish mathematician, philosophical Christian apologist Dr. John Lennox talk

Debbie Konynenbelt: On Being Employee of the Year

Debbie Konynenbelt: On Being Employee of the Year

Debbie Konynenbelt, PBA Employee of the Year 2018. “I keep telling my dad that I push paper for a living,” said Debbie Konynenbelt, administrative assistant to Provost and Chief Academic Officer E. Randolph Richards. “And I think, I’m pretty good at it,” she laughed. And she is, but that’s not

City Recognizes American Pharmacists Month

City Recognizes American Pharmacists Month

Gregory School of Pharmacy students, faculty and staff with WPB Mayor Jeri Muoio In many towns across the country, a community’s pharmacist was among its most trusted and respected citizens. As a healthcare advisor, whether a child spiked a fever or a family member had a prescription question,

Worldwide Leadership Experts Gather in West Palm

Worldwide Leadership Experts Gather in West Palm

West Palm Beach is the location In an era of fake news, how can authentic leaders engage with followers, stakeholders, and others to create a future that embraces progress, fosters peace, and creates prosperity for the greater good of the global community? Authentic Leadership for Progress,