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Women's Tennis Eclipses Sunbirds

LA JOLLA, Calif. -- The third-ranked Barry Buccaneers eclipsed the No. 14 Sunbirds of Fresno Pacific, 9-0, in women's action from UC San Diego's Northview Tennis Courts on Wednesday. The Bucs experimented in doubles, but still took all three. Elisabeth Abanda and Karina Goia, the Bucs' 13th-ranked pair, stepped up from their customary No. 3 flight...  read more

Message from the President Regarding Annual Tuition

Message from the President: I am pleased to announce that the annual tuition for full-time students pursuing undergraduate degrees in the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Health Sciences and the Schools of Business, Education, Human Performance & Leisure Sciences, and Social Work will not be increased for the coming academic...  read more

Softball Cruises To Two Wins Over Wildcats

FORT VALLEY, Ga.—The ninth-ranked Barry Buccaneers cruised over the Fort Valley State Wildcats taking both ends of a twinbill 14-0 and 16-3, both in five innings on Wednesday at Wildcat Field. The Bucs (14-4) exploded out of the gate, scoring four runs in the first inning without the benefit of a hit. Kayla Ogle and Megan Copeland walked and the...  read more

Men's Basketball Bumped in SSC Tourney Opener

KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Barry University men's basketball team lost in the first round of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Wednesday, 83-73, to Eckerd at Silver Spurs Arena. The Bucs (19-8) will await their NCAA Tournament hopes as the brackets are revealed after this weekend's play. Eckerd (16-13) moves on to Friday's quarterfinals. Barry was...  read more

Women's Tennis Blanks Host Tritons

LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Barry University's No. 3-ranked women's tennis team beat host UC San Diego, 9-0, in the first of three matches in Southern California on this West Coast Spring Break trip. The Buccaneers improved to 10-0. UC San Diego fell to 6-8. Barry was tested in only two matches. The Bucs swept doubles play in convincing fashion. Only one...  read more

Baseball Stumbles At Home Against Sailfish

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University's baseball team fell to Palm Beach Atlantic Tuesday night, 12-8, at Feinbloom field, putting an end to the Bucs win streak at nine. The Sailfish (6-10-1) struck first in the top of the second inning with a pair of runs. Buccaneers' starter Nate Greeve struggled with his command and hit three batters to...  read more

Barry Men's Golf Wins St. Edward's Invitational

AUSTIN, Texas -- In the weather-shortened St. Edward's Invitational, Barry University's No. 1-ranked men's golf team created history Tuesday. The Buccaneers won the 36-hole tournament at Grey Rock Golf Club's 6,858-yard, par-72 course, matching a school-record 274 in the second round to beat Cal State Monterey Bay by 13 strokes. Barry and CSUMB...  read more

Barry Sigma Tau Delta chapter earns award for outstanding literary journal

Barry University's chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, recently earned a major accolade. The chapter's literary journal, “What Oft Was Thought,” captured second place for the 2013-2014 Sigma Tau Delta Outstanding Literary Arts Journal award. “What Oft Was Thought” is wholly published by...  read more

Operation Rice Bowl—A Lenten Sacrifice for Those in Need

CRS (Catholic Relief Services) Rice Bowl is a faith-in-action program for parishes, schools, and families. The program helps us enrich our Lenten journey and live in solidarity with the poor and vulnerable around the world. The Barry University community is invited to participate in the three Lenten pillars of praying, fasting, and alms-giving. ...  read more

Gregorian Chant Playing Daily during Lent for Peace

The season of Lent is a time to pray and reflect while seeking conversion towards the love of God and neighbor. Make time during your busy day to stop, reflect, and take advantage of our Chapel aided by soft chant playing in the background. Times: 12:45 PM to 5:00 PMLocation: Cor Jesu Chapel For more information, please contact the Department of...  read more

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