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Cyber Security Month- Home Computer Protection Kit

Keep Your Operating System (OS) Clean Just like cleaning out your closet at home, an operating system (os) cleaning tool or disk cleanup tool can help free up needed hard drive space on your computer. Ccleaner is a free download for Windows and Apple operating systems helping to protect your privacy online and make your computer faster and more...  read more

Cyber Security Month - Home Protection Kit

Protect Your Home Computer and Devices The Division of Information Technology works hard each and every day to maintain, secure, and protect the University's IT infrastructure, but we can't do this alone. It takes all of us to be vigilant to protect our technological resources. We want to help you stay protected even at home! Check out these...  read more

Cyber Security Month - Home Protection Kit

Protect Your Home Computer and Devices Check out these resources on 3rd Party Patching as part of the Home Computer Protection Kit, brought to you by the Information Security Office within the Division of Information Technology. 3rd Party Patching On personal computers or devices, a third party patching software can help prevent security holes and...  read more

Data Privacy Day 2015, What Can You Do to Better Protect Your Data?

Recognize and Learn About Data Privacy The Information Security Office at Barry University recognizes January 28, Data Privacy Day. This international holiday was created to raise awareness about protecting privacy and data as well as promoting privacy and data protection best practices. The United States Congress, the Council of Europe, and...  read more

RFK Jr. is Keynote Speaker at Summit

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., one of the nation's leading defenders of the environment, will be Barry University School of Law's Keynote Speaker for the 2015 Environmental & Earth Law Summit, “Climate Disruption: Choosing Our Environmental Destiny,” to be held April 9 on the school's Orlando campus. Kennedy's reputation as a leading voice...  read more

Men's Basketball Spoils Spartans Upset Bid

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- After the first half of Sunshine State Conference play, the Buccaneers have done something special. Still, there's another month and a grind left ahead as basketball moves into February Frenzy. No. 3 Barry University men's basketball team used a 63.6 percent three-point shooting effort in the second half to overcome a game...  read more

Women's Basketball Falls to Tampa

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers fell to the Tampa Spartans 61-49 in Sunshine State Conference women's basketball action in the Health & Sports Center on Wednesday night. The Buccaneers (10-9, 2-6 SSC), who trailed by 10 points, 9:26 mark of the second half, closed to within two points, 48-46, with an 8-0 run over the next two minutes....  read more

Baseball Season Preview

MIAMI SHORES, FL— After a season that saw them go 29-19 overall but a disappointing 9-15 in Sunshine State Conference that left them in eighth place at season's end, Barry baseball goes into 2015 with new hope and encouragement. This offseason, head coach Marc Pavao says that the coaching staff changed things up in the run up to this year's...  read more

Ex-Men's Golfer Earns PGA Tour Latinoamerica Season Card

SEBRING, Fla. -- Former Barry University men's golfer Willy Pumarol won the PGA Tour Latinoamerica North America Qualifying Tournament to earn an exemption for this season's tour. Pumarol, a Dominican native, sank a three-foot birdie putt on the third playoff hole at Deer Run the Sun 'n Lake Golf Club to beat American Matt Bryant to earn his card...  read more

A Message from the Public Safety Department: Holly House Shuttle Pilot Program

Holly House Shuttle Pilot Program On Monday, Feb. 2, the Public Safety Department will provide a new shuttle service for students residing in the Holly House Apartments. The shuttle will operate on a loop from Holly House Apts. to Broad Auditorium and back to the Holly House Apartments. The shuttle will operate from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday...  read more

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