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Christival: On Engaging Conversations About the Christian Faith

Christival: On Engaging Conversations About the Christian Faith

Dr. Sam Chan at Palm Beach Atlantic's 2018 Christival. Radical action sometimes leads to radical reaction. It sounds rather forceful, but that’s the world we live in. A world that’s been labeled post-Christian, post-churched and post-reached has been trying its best to coerce Christians to keep

Ethical Accountants the Aim of Bremer Scholarship

Ethical Accountants the Aim of Bremer Scholarship

Accounting students Lourdes Hernandez, Melissa van Eyk and Martin Deacon with Paul Bremer. ; PBA accounting majors have a friend in Paul Bremer, a local resident who has dedicated his life to an accounting career and made an equal commit to serving others. Through the Paul C. Bremer

School of Pharmacy to Host Health Fair

School of Pharmacy to Host Health Fair

A PBA pharmacy student serving our community.; Palm Beach Atlantic pharmacy students are getting a head start. After learning clinical work in their classrooms, they’re using that knowledge and putting it into practice at Gregory School of Pharmacy’s Health Fair on October 6, held for the first

Burns, Fisher Return as Co-Chairs of Women of Distinction Luncheon 2019

Burns, Fisher Return as Co-Chairs of Women of Distinction Luncheon 2019

; Return as co-chairmen of the annual event. Two former honorees, Eileen Burns (2011) and Frances Fisher (2006), reprise their roles as co-chairmen of the Women of Distinction luncheon to benefit Palm Beach Atlantic University set for Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019 at The Breakers Palm Beach. The

Terriel Byrd’s New Book Revives Martin Luther King’s Dream

Terriel Byrd’s New Book Revives Martin Luther King’s Dream

Dr. Terriel Byrd; ; The Civil War ended 153 years ago, and according to School of Ministry faculty member Dr. Terriel Byrd, author of; By This Shall We Be Known: Interpreting the Voice, Vision, and Message of Martin Luther King Jr. 50th edition, the battle was not so much between the races, but

Former AFE Medalist DeVos Dies

Former AFE Medalist DeVos Dies

; Helen and Rich DeVos American Free Enterprise Medalist in 2000, businessman and philanthropist Richard DeVos died September 6. He was 92. DeVos was recognized by the University in 2005 by conferring him an honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, publically acknowledging his devotion to

Palm Beach Atlantic University to Celebrate American Free Enterprise Day

Palm Beach Atlantic University to Celebrate American Free Enterprise Day

; George T. Elmore, president of Hardrives, Inc. Palm Beach Atlantic University will present its American Free Enterprise Medal to George T. Elmore, president of Hardrives, Inc., on Thursday, November 8. ; The medal ceremony is set for 10:45 a.m. in the Rubin Arena of the Greene Complex for

PBA Students See the World as God Sees It

PBA Students See the World as God Sees It

These; children want to know about Jesus. Photo by:; Kayla Mendez To be a young follower of Christ and in a world teeming with darkness and poverty, with hope and disappointment, is, for those who choose to embrace the call to serve overseas, an opportunity to go and see the world as God sees

Meet the Student Government Association Executive Team

Meet the Student Government Association Executive Team

Aaron Buch At Palm Beach Atlantic, the Student Government works with all University departments to advocate on behalf of students and enhance their experience on campus. Aaron Buch, a senior medicinal and biological chemistry major from Mankato, Minnesota, serves as the Student Body President

PBA Uses Summer to Spruce Up the Campus

PBA Uses Summer to Spruce Up the Campus

PBA student finds her special corner on campus to relax; between classes. Every summer, most students leave campus to go on their summer vacations, but that doesn’t mean the work stops here on campus. In fact, that’s PBA’s Facilities Management department’s busiest season, as they take great