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The Sukkah is Going Up!

From Thursday, Sept. 24 through Monday, Oct 5, 2015, The Department of Campus Ministry will host a Sukkah on the chapel lawn. Campus Ministry invites the Barry community to bring a meal and eat in the Sukkah anytime from Thursday, Sept. 24 Thursday, Sept. 24 – Monday, Oct 5, 2015. Join Campus Ministry for pizza and to learn about the holiday...  read more

Celebration of Photography Exhibition: Sept. 13 - Nov. 29

Revisit the early years of Barry University through this historic photo exhibition. Featuring more than 100 images, this exhibition offers a beautiful glimpse into life at what was then Barry College for Women, the first Catholic college for women in Florida. 75th Anniversary Celebration of Photography ExhibitionSeptember 13 – November 29,...  read more

CCSI presents 75 Acts of Service in honor of Barry’s 75th Anniversary

As part of Barry University's 75th Anniversary Celebration, the Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) is facilitating 75 Acts of Service throughout the 2015–2016 academic year. This is a coordinated series of community service opportunities through which the University is reaffirming its commitment to collaborative service with the...  read more

Barry fundraising supports victims of human trafficking in Nepal

Barry University's School of Social Work recently received special thanks from the humanitarian aid organization Shakti Samuha for their part in preventing human trafficking after the devastating Gorkha earthquake struck Nepal in March, 2015. Following the April 29 quake, the School of Social Work was among the first organizations to mobilize for...  read more

Prof. Andrea Greenbaum publishes new book examining narratives of war

Andrea Greenbaum, PhD, professor of English and Director of the Professional Writing Program, recently published a new book titled “The Tropes of War: Visual Hyperbole and Spectacular Culture” which explores narratives of war and how they are constructed. Release on September 15, 2015, Greenbaum's book examines the remnants of war, the...  read more

C.R.O.P. students making a difference in their community

Barry University's College Reach-Out Program (C.R.O.P.) students are accomplishing great things in the community. This past spring, two C.R.O.P. students, Daniel Arana and Kyara Arana of Miami Beach Senior High, were highlighted at a luncheon held at the Loews Hotel-Miami Beach for their work in the Neighbor-Good Program. The Grocery Program is a...  read more

Barry’s College Reach-Out Program receives grant funding

The Adrian Dominican School of Education Department of Counseling has received a grant in the amount of $54,926.64 for 2015-2016 from the Florida Department of Education to continue its one-of-a-kind College Reach-Out Program (C.R.O.P.) for the 2015-2016. C.R.O.P. is a statewide program aimed to motivate and prepare educationally disadvantaged,...  read more

Give to the Peace Month Food Drive taking place throughout September

A campus-wide Food Drive is taking place throughout September on Barry University's main campus in Miami Shores. The Food Drive is a community service project for the university's Peace Month as well as Feeding America's Hunger Action Month. Faculty, staff, and students are asked to donate non-perishable food items, which will be delivered to the...  read more

Barry Law Day of Service

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Barry Law Dean Appointed to ABA Immigration Panel

Barry University School of Law Dean Leticia M. Diaz says she's excited about the opportunity to serve on the American Bar Association's Commission on Immigration. “For me this is truly timely. The United States immigration system is broken and we can no longer wait to make changes. A permanent fix is needed now,” she said. Dean Diaz...  read more

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