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Barry Law Professor Explores Intersectional Justice in Pulse Shooting Article

An article by Judith Koons, Professor at Barry University School of Law, about the Pulse shooting will be published in an upcoming issue of The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice and has been featured in an interview by Scholastica. “Our community, as well as the nation, was shaken to its core by the massacre," Koons...  read more

Barry University is a Smoke-Free campus; help us keep it clean

Barry University became a Smoke-Free campus on July 1 and we appreciate everyone's support with this “Share Clean Air” health initiative. Smoking cessation programs are available to any faculty, staff or student who would like to stop smoking through the Area Health Education Center (AHEC). If you would like more information, please...  read more

March for Peace and Service of Prayer

The March for Peace is a campus wide gathering seeking to disrupt racism and its physical, spiritual, and psycho-social effects on people of color. Join us for a time of community prayer for social justice and inclusiveness. The march will begin at 11:30 am on November 22nd at Landon Courtyard and will proceed to Cor Jesu Chapel, leading into a...  read more

Give Miami Day 2016

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Community Fest team registration deadline has been extended!

We invite all students, faculty and staff to attend and be part of this Barry tradition! Date: Thursday, November 17, 2016Time: 2-6pmLocation: Campus Mall Registrations are due Monday, November 14, 2016 by noon. Team Registration Form Volunteer Sign-Up Enjoy a fun and festive afternoon of games and team competitions beginning with a welcome from...  read more

Occupational Therapy students take part in CNC Health & Wellness Fair

Students from Barry University's Occupational Therapy program in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences recently participated in the community health, safety and wellness fair sponsored by Cuban-American National Council (CNC), which focuses on “nurturing Hispanic communities.” The fair serves the needs of the underserved local...  read more

Barry University remembers the life & contributions of Janet Reno

It is with heavy hearts that Barry University mourns the death of Janet Reno, a member of the Barry community. With a prolific career in law and politics, which included serving as the first female U.S. Attorney General, the local South Florida native will be remembered for her intellect, honesty and integrity. Reno served as the Commencement...  read more

Congratulations to the 2016 Ethics Bowl team!

The Barry University's Ethics Bowl team placed third in the Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl competition held at the University of Central Florida on Saturday, October 29, 2016. The team will now proceed to the Twenty-first Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Competition held at Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Annual Meeting in Dallas,...  read more

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