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Somewhere … Harika Rao caught this unusual natural phenomenon
that formed over the International Business Center: a double rainbow.
Lynn University is one of America's best colleges, according to U.S. News and World Report's annual rankings. Lynn achieved special recognition for enrolling the fifth largest percentage of international students¬--24 percent--in the Nation...
Lynn welcomed its largest incoming fall class in the past eight years. Lynn projects more than 660 new day undergraduate students and 300 graduate students began classes on Monday (Aug. 25). This represents an increase of more than 10 percent for ...
Lynn’s innovative iPad initiative more than doubled this year to include all day-undergraduate students, new MBA students and new Ed.D students. The tablets, which deliver the university’s nationally praised core curriculum and enhance the...
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Kathleen Weigel, dean of the Ross College of Education, was selected Principal of the Year by the 2014 Council for Exceptional Children Chapter #200. She will be honored at the Palm Beach County School District Board meeting on Oct. 15.

The Council...
Erika Grodzki, professor of Advertising and Public Relations in the Lynn College of International Communication, served as program chair for the 6th International Language, Culture and Politics Conference in Kielce, Poland this past summer. She al...

Robert Watson, American Studies professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, delivered the keynote address and a workshop for the back-to-school training session for social studies teachers in the Palm Beach County School System. He also...

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Lynn has an exciting Parents & Families Weekend planned, Oct. 17-19.
Parents will be immersed in the world of Lynn. For those of you already
immersed in and living the Lynn lifestyle–students, faculty and staff–don’t
let them have all the fun. Come and ENJOY!
Civic duty: At the voter registration drive earlier this month, 15 students registered using Turbo Vote and another 15 through the League of Women Voters using plain old-fashioned pen and paper. Students Manel Atie, Sarah Henry, Catalina C...
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