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Campus Ministry Events: October

Campus Ministry Events: October

Bagel Hour sponsored by Campus Ministry and Office of Accessibility Location: Cor Jesu Chapel PatioDate: Monday, October 1, 2018Time: 9:00 am – 10:00 am Join Campus Ministry and the Office of Accessibility for a bagel in honor of Disabilities Awareness Month. Snack and Learn: Capital Punishment Location: Thompson KotsaDate: Wednesday,...

Founders' Week: Save the Date

Founders' Week: Save the Date

November 12-November 17, 2018 The Founders' Week tradition celebrates Barry's history, Catholic, Dominican identity and Adrian Dominican foundation. Through scholarly and joyful events, we highlight the University's faithfulness to its Mission and Core Commitments. Monday, 11/12 Founders' Week Massand Freshmen Tree Planting 12:00 pm: Traditional...

Qigong and Tai Chi

Qigong and Tai Chi

NEW Faculty, Staff, and Students DROP-IN Fitness Class. Uncovering the relationship between mindful practice and academic stress: The purpose of this class is to discover and understand the relationship between mindful exercise, such as Qigong and Tai Chi, and the academic stress. The classes will be held in the Miller Studio at 11:30-12:30pm on...

School of Podiatric Medicine Acquires Revolutionary Scanning Technology

School of Podiatric Medicine Acquires Revolutionary Scanning Technology

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine is excited to announce that it is the first medical school in the southeastern U.S. and only the second podiatric medical school in the country to acquire the PedCAT machine. This revolutionary technology provides 3D, weight-bearing CT scans of the foot and ankle, which gives our podiatric physicians...

New Trauma Informed Human Trafficking Certificate

New Trauma Informed Human Trafficking Certificate

Human trafficking is modern day slavery, a human rights injustice that subjugates 4.5 million individuals who are trafficked worldwide in the sex industry, 98 percent of them are women and girls. Although research and literature magnifies the plight and voices of women and girls, the voices and experiences of men and boys are often not documented,...

Class of 2020 hosts 14th annual Residency Fair

Class of 2020 hosts 14th annual Residency Fair

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine hosted its 14th annual Residency Fair on Aug. 25. The fair, hosted by third-year students (class of 2020), provides an opportunity for residency programs across the country to present information about their respective programs to our junior students who will be choosing clerkship locations in fall...

Andy Gato Gallery 10th Anniversary Faculty and Staff Exhibition

Andy Gato Gallery 10th Anniversary Faculty and Staff Exhibition

Department of Fine Arts presents the Andy Gato Gallery 10th Anniversary Faculty and Staff Exhibition. Show Dates: September 21 – December 1, 2018Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 12:00 – 2:00 pm Andy Gato GalleryBarry University11300 NE 2nd AvenueMiami Shores, FL 33161 Exhibiting: Nicky Beltran Duane Brant RemiJin...

Mass in Spanish - Fall 2018

Mass in Spanish - Fall 2018

The Department of Campus Ministry invites the Barry community to attend Mass in Spanish during Fall 2018. Dates: Friday September 28 Friday October 26 Wednesday December 12 All Mass times will be at noon. All are welcome. Questions? Please contact Campus Ministry at 305-899-3650 or at campusministry@barry.edu.

The Succah is going up

The Succah is going up

The joyous holiday of Succot is celebrated by dwelling in the Succah and the taking of the Four Kinds of vegetation, the Lulav and Etrog. By exposing ourselves to the elements in a greenery-covered hut called a succah, the holiday commemorates G-d sheltering our ancestors as they traveled from Egypt to the Land of Israel. The Four Kinds expresses...

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