By Anna Zetterberg & Kristina Webb
Assist. Managing Editor & Copy Editor
Palm Beach Atlantic University students can “eat mor’ chikin” on campus this fall as Chick-fil-A replaces Common Ground on campus.
PBA President Lu Hardin announced food service company Aramark has scored the new dining contract with the university after Sodexo’s contract runs out on July 1.
Aramark is listed in FORTUNE magazine’s 2010 list of “World’s Most Admired Companies.”
“I’m truly excited when I think about where PBA’s going in the next five years,” Hardin said. Continue reading
By Michelle Kappas
Ties, tuxedos, dresses, stilettos, surprise vendors and the Harriet Himmel all have one thing in common: Spring Dance 2010.
Spring Formal has struggled with success in the past, but this year Palm Beach Atlantic University is expecting it to be a hit.
“It is my understanding that the event will be free and attract 200 to 300 students as opposed to the 160 that attended last year,” PBA president Lu Hardin said.
Hardin was teaching a Law and Society class on Tuesday nights and lecturing on the concept of promissory estoppel when the issue of Spring Formal was brought to his attention. He was informed by PBA student Kelly Stoltzfus that there wasn’t going to be one this year due to lack of funds.
Hardin was able to pull money from his discretionary fund to make the dance possible. Stoltzfus and Nu Delta Nu partnered together to research reasonable pricing for venues and other preparations.
The team chose the Harriet Himmel Theater in City Place because it is within a walking distance from campus, and set the date for April 16 from 8 p.m. to midnight.
By Jennifer Rodino
The place to be to ask those burning questions from the minds of Palm Beach Atlantic University students was the Student/Faculty Forum at the Rinker Green on Monday, Oct. 12.
A panel of five faculty members and PBA President Lu Hardin were present at the event.
By Kristina Webb
On June 30, the Palm Beach Atlantic University Board of Trustees voted unanimously to appoint former Arkansas state senator Lu Hardin to the post of president following the retirement of Dr. David W. Clark last fall.