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10/3 – Sin Pais Film & Discussion with Sindee Kerker

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Join us for a free film screening and discussion of Sin País (Without Country) with Criminal Justice professor & attorney Sindee Kerker. Professor Kerker will discuss and field questions about the American Dream Act and mixed-status families from a legal standpoint. Sin País, winner of a Student Academy Award explores one family’s complex and emotional journey involving deportation and mixed immigration status. Light refreshments will be served.

This event is a collaboration with POV, the award-winning independent non-fiction film series on PBS

Space is limited, please RSVP 561-237-7708 or

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9/24 – An Afternoon with Mark Sparacio

An Afternoon with Mark Sparacio -MarkSparacioHeadshot DC, Marvel, & Independent Artist/Creator

When: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 @ 3:00 P.M.
Where: Lynn Library, 2nd Floor Landing
Please RSVP online or 561-237-7708

Banned Books Week draws national attention to the harms of censorship and celebrates the freedom to read. This year’s Banned Books Week focus is on the Graphic Novel. Part of Banned Books Week event attend a by Marvel & DC Artist and independent co-creator/artist of Omega Paradox, Mark Sparacio. Sparacio will discuss his journey as a graphic novel artist and discuss the art and business of the graphic novel. Additionally, he will demo his creative process as a painter. He studied art under the legendary cartoonist and artist, Will Eisner at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. He is a professor at Design and Media Arts College (DMAC) in Boca Raton.

  Library Banned Books Week Mark Sparacio

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New Student Exhibit – Explorations in Natural Science

Focused on student success and engagement…The college of Arts & Sciences Adjunct faculty, Hannah Ariel decided to engage Lynn University Scientific Literacy students in an art therapy exercise. The exercise was part of a larger class self-study assessing the effects of art therapy on biofeedback mechanisms and relaxation.

Students used pulse as a surrogate marker for relaxation response. Most students reported a clinically significant (greater than 5 beats per minute) reduction in pulse when engaged in the activity. They also subjectively reported feeling more relaxed.

 photo 2The exhibit represents the work of Lynn University Scientific Literacy students who engaged in explorations in Natural Science, as set forth by Carol Linnaeus.


Carol Linnaeus

Carol Linnaeus was born in Sweden, and is renowned for his development of the Linnaeus Classification System, also known as Binomial Nomenclature. In this taxonomy system, each species in nature may be classified according to two names: Genus and Species.

As a botanist, zoologist and physician, Linnaeus laid the foundations for the modern biological naming schemata. He is known as the father of modern taxonomy, and as one of the fathers of modern ecology.

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9/17 – Constitution Day Lecture with Dr. Watson

Story of the Constitution… You’ve Never Heard with Dr. Robert P. Watson

Where: Lynn Library, 2nd Floor Landing

When: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 @ 3:30pm

Celebrate Constitution Day with Lynn Library by attending a lecture about the politics of the constitution and little known history facts of the constitution.

FREE Food, giveaways, and live signing of the constitution!

Please RSVP online, 561-237-7708 or

Library Constitution Day Lecture Dr. Watson



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