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BUC Walking Challenge

The Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness invites the Barry Community to take the Buc Walking Challenge. Registration is open now through Friday, Oct. 10. The Buc Walking Challenge begins on Monday, Oct. 13. WHAT IS THE BUC WALKING CHALLENGE? A six week long walking challenge where teams compete to walk as far as they can, as they increase...  read more

Women's Soccer Battles Knights, Elements For 1st SSC Win

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The #21 Barry Buccaneers powered to a 5-1 win over their arch-rivals, the Lynn Fighting Knights, in Sunshine State Conference women's soccer play at Buccaneer Field on Tuesday night. The game was delayed 45 minutes due to lightning. It was the third straight game affected by weather for the Bucs and fourth of the season. The...  read more

Professional Writing alumna lands story on NPR

Barry University alumna Nadege Green, B.S. '09, recently made her debut appearance reporting for National Public Radio's All Things Considered. Green produced a report about murdered American journalist Steven Sotloff. “Remembering Steven Sotloff, Who Drew Portraits From The Syrian War” chronicles the life and career of Sotloff, who...  read more


Follow the game live on the Buccaneer Broadcasting Network: LIVE STATS LIVE VIDEO -- with commentary from Danny Rabinowitz and Dr. Kathy Ludwig.  read more

Psychology graduate students present at the 2014 APA Annual Convention in Washington, DC

Shanna Suttington and Ashley Stovell, students in Barry's MS in clinical psychology program, recently presented their master's thesis research at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA) in Washington, DC. Suttington and Stovell both received their BS in psychology with a specialization in forensic psychology at Barry...  read more

Men's Tennis: An All-Buccaneer Final

LAKELAND, Fla. – Barry University men's tennis players Ahmed Triki and Kevin Sielmann fell in the doubles semifinals of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association/United States Tennis Association NCAA Division II South Region Championships at Florida Southern Monday. Triki and Sielmann, seeded first, lost to Lynn's eventual champions Danny Riggs...  read more

Blessed Yom Kippur

The Department of Campus Ministry wishes Barry University's Jewish students, faculty, and a blessed and holy Yom Kippur full of God´s tender mercy and peace. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year in Judaism, and the last of the Jewish High Holy Days that begin with Rosh Hashanah. On this day, Jews from across...  read more

Women's Tennis: Onila, Fritschken Win ITA Region Doubles Title

LAKELAND, Fla. – Barry University women's tennis players Emma Onila and Linda Fritschken won the Intercollegiate Tennis Association/United States Tennis Association NCAA Division II South Region Championships at Florida Southern Monday. It is the second straight year the Bucs doubles team won the title. They now advance to the ITA Small...  read more

Call for Honor Society Applications

Application to Alpha Chi, Delta Epsilon Sigma, and Kappa Gamma Pi Honor Societies are being accepted. All applications are due November 3, 2014 by by 5 p.m. Who should apply? December 2014 graduating seniors (AX & KGP only) and juniors (DES only) who have achieved cum GPA of 3.5 and above (cum GPA of 3.7 for AX), especially those actively...  read more

Women's Tennis: Larsen, Onila in South Region Final 4

LAKELAND, Fla. – Barry University's Sonja Larsen and Emma Onila remain in the hunt for the United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association NCAA Division II South Region Championships women's singles tournament title. Larsen, a freshman from Verden, Germany, beat Michelle Fischer of Valdosta State, 6-1, 6-0, in the...  read more

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