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Flag it ... The Circle of Flags dedication, which began with a parade of flags, was followed by the Celebration of Nations Festival, featuring Japanese Taiko Drummers, cultural booths and tastes from around the world.

Lynn University’s circle of flags is a popular and well-recognized campus icon that represents a global student body and the more than 100 nations from which students hail. On Feb. 11, the circle was dedicated to Yvonne S. Boice.

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Lynn's Institute for Achievement and Learning (IAL) held its seventh annual Transitions Conference, “Empowering Independent Learning,” a one-day event that provides education professionals, psychologists, parents and university-bound students ...

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Robert Watson, professor of American Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, directed and edited the encyclopedia sets The American Presidents and American First Ladies. He also interviewed famed attorney and Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz for a c...

Kelly Burlison, assistant professor of reading and ESOL; Jennifer Lesh, assistant professor of exceptional education; Carmen Ronnie, doctoral student; Anika Smith, ESE master's student; and Nicky Gomez, elementary education undergraduate student, presente...

Kathleen Weigel, dean of the Ross College of Education, was the keynote speaker for the Yonkers School District in New York on Jan. 29. She spoke to the high school teachers and district personnel on the “Roadmap to Creating Successful Career and Te...

Khalique Ahmed, professor of chemistry and physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, had his article, "Application of Vibrational Spectroscopy to the Determination of Viscosity and Aniline Value of Hexanol Blended Diesel," published in Petroleum Scienc...

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By Rita Albert, Health Center Director

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika virus a public health threat. The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently issued detailed information regarding the Zika virus. Lynn University’s Heal...

By Larry Rickard, Campus Safety Chief

Campus Safety receives reports all too frequently about Lynn-issued iPads and iPad accessories being lost, damaged or stolen. The cost of these instances, whether covered by Lynn’s user agreement or by the studen...

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And the iPad Pro Instagram contest winners are … Leslie Nazario and Phyllis Vandenberg are the lucky winners of spiffy, new Apple watches. More than 850 students entered.

The new Club Hockey Team presented President Ross with his very own club hock...

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The League of Women Voters and Supervisor of Elections for Palm Beach County will be on campus Tuesday, Feb. 16, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. in the Student Center lobby to assist students in registering to vote. Computers, printers, and Internet access will b...

The first Knights of the Roundtable (KOR) open meeting of the semester is Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 5 p.m. in the Henke Wing to discuss what the group has accomplished and the plans for this semester.

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Announcing the iPad Pro


After using an iPad mini for a couple years, Conservatory of Music violinist Kristen Seto shares her thoughts on the new iPad Pro.
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