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Buccaneers Raise Over $20,000 for the Make-A-Wish Fourndation

INDIANAPOLIS --The Barry Buccaneers raised $20,220.50 for the Make-A-Wish foundation in 2013-14, the second-highest total in the history of the partnership between the foundation and NCAA Division II. Student-athletes across the country set a Division II fundraising record for Make-A-Wish America during the academic year, raising $567,778. The...  read more

Accepting applications now for the School of Social Work PhD Program

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A Message from the Student Health Center: Flu Shot information

It's that time of year. Please take a minute to review some easy steps that you can take to safeguard yourself, your family, and friends. Get the Flu shot NOW before Flu season begins Routinely clean objects that are frequently touched Wash your hand frequently with soap and water and reinforce this with children. It is especially important to...  read more

Robe Selected As SSC Player of the Week

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Shanice Robe of Barry University earned Sunshine State Conference Offensive Player of the Week for Oct. 6. She is the first Buccaneer to win the award this season. Robe, a junior forward, was key in two Barry conference victories this week. In a 2-0 defeat of No. 7 Rollins, Robe took the ball the length of the field and...  read more

Men's Tennis: Dreer, Echenique Win Doubles Title

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Barry University men's tennis doubles partners Franco Echenique and Nico Dreer won the Flight B doubles championship Sunday at the Varner Invitational. Echenique and Dreer defeated Troy's Giovani Samaha and Austin Racine, 8-5, in the championship match at Rollins College. In the C Bracket singles final, Barry's Ajdin...  read more

Women's Tennis: Goia Double Champion

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Barry University women's tennis player Karina Goia became a double champion Sunday at the Varner Invitational. Goia and partner Blanka Szavay defeated Barry teammates Kimmy Twelker and Elisabeth Abanda, 8-4, in the A Bracket doubles final at Rollins College. Goia also won the top singles bracket, beating Nova...  read more

Barry MSN alumnus committed to lifelong learning in the classroom and operating room

For many, earning a graduate degree signifies an academic commitment to one's field of study. For Barry University Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) alumnus Juan Segura, it's a commitment that doesn't end when he walks across the stage and receives his diploma; it's a lifelong commitment that continues in the classroom and in the operating room. ...  read more

A Message from Dining Services

As the University continues to evaluate the food service offerings with the Bucstop and Bucky's Cove being closed, hours of operation for the Dining Hall and Juiceblendz/ Chop'd and Wrap'd have been extended. Beginning this weekend, Chop'd and Wrap'd/Juiceblendz will now be open on Saturday and Sunday from 3 – 10 p.m. Roussell Dining Hall...  read more

Men's Tennis Doubles Pair Moves on to Semifinals

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Barry University men's tennis players Nico Dreer and Franco Echenique beat Rollins' Henning Ander and Hristo Koussev, 8-2, in the Varner Invitational B Bracket quarterfinals Saturday. The Buccaneers pair will play Saint Leo's Bruno Sisti and Pedro Gonzales in Sunday's semifinals. Sisti and Gonzales defeated Barry's other...  read more

Barry Men’s Soccer defeats Rollins 3-1

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.- Looking to get back to winning ways after dropping their last two games, Barry Men's Soccer regained their form Saturday, as they defeated the Rollins College Tars 3-1. A goal from midfielder Ruaridh Kay off a eight-yard shot into the far post in the 33rd minute got things started for the Buccaneers. The scoring continued in...  read more

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