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In our commitment to the educational journey of students and keeping the PBA campus Sailfish Safe, Homecoming & Family Weekend will be celebrated online this year. During the weekend of October 1-4, alumni and parents are invited to join together through remote opportunities to connect with students, staff and faculty, and even feel a part of campus life! 

Even though this isn’t the year for us all to gather in person, we can still be part of all that’s happening at Palm Beach Atlantic! We’ll give virtual hugs and high-fives, learn more about President Debra Schwinn’s vision, and come together as a community through remote gatherings. The schedule and details are below. We are praying for you and look forward to connecting in new ways this semester! 

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Follow the alumni and parent social media pages (@PBAAlumni on Instagram and Facebook and @PBAParents on Facebook) for updates, tag us and @pbauniversity in your photos, and use the hashtag #SailfishFam 

 

S C H E D U L E 

 

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Monday, September 28 – October 1, 11 a.m.  -  Alumni Chapels

Listen to our PBA alumni speak in chapel.

Tune in live at 11 a.m. right here!

 

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Thursday, October 1, 7 p.m.  - LeMieux Center for Public Policy: Freidheim Fellows

PBA seniors Maria Landron and Ben DeHaan present their research on current or emerging public policy issues concerning individual freedoms, values, rights, religious liberties and institutions in the United States.

Tune in live at 7 p.m. right here!

 

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Friday, October 2, 7 p.m.  - Homecoming & Family Weekend Coffeehouse

Hear PBA students’ songs and poetry during one of PBA’s iconic coffeehouse performances! Watch live at 7 p.m. on Instagram or Facebook at the handle @PBAStudents, or check back here for the recording after the event.

 

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Saturday, October 3, 11 a.m.  -  State of the University Video Premiere

President Dr. Debra A. Schwinn shares inspiring updates about the Sailfish community and the vision for PBA’s future of impact in Palm Beach County, the country and around the globe. University leaders, students, parents and alumni will pray over the people of PBA, its programs for spiritual and academic growth, and buildings where students learn and thrive. And, special guest Mike Donehey, PBA alumnus and lead singer of the Christian worship band Tenth Avenue North, leads the Sailfish community in worship and prayer!

Tune in live here for the premiere and check back anytime to view the recording, as well as updates on theatre, music and dance performances, and the launch of The Common Room, a video series where faculty have a conversation on their own research and writings, fond memories of alumni, and the future of academic programs at PBA! 

Tune in live here for the premiere

 

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Premieres here on October 3rd!

 

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Premieres here on October 3rd!

 

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Premieres here on October 3rd!