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Party on the Patio

Library officially opens 2nd Floor library patio on Tuesday afternoon.

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The library can get a little cold sometimes; the patio allows students to study outdoors while they enjoy the breeze from outside.

The patio has been opened since the beginning of the semester, but many students were unaware. The Library came up with the idea to have a party to let everyone know about the study area.

Mother Nature had her way with the rain that afternoon, but it didn’t stop the festivities.


Students, faculty and staff enjoyed food and drinks provided by Lynn’s catering staff, outdoors on the patio and inside on the second floor landing.

Students seemed to appreciate the extra space now, and are happy the library made the move.


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About Barbara Calixte

Barbara is a Freshman and Broadcast Journalism major at Lynn University and loves modeling and volunteering.

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Lynn Library Fall Rundown

by Adam Yurkiewitz

As the fall semester came to fruition, Lynn Library began preparing for incoming students. A brand new learning space,pardon our dust pic cube The Cube & the Mac Lab on the 1st floor of the library was one of the latest additions to tphoto 3he library.

A student exhibition at Lynn Library was Explorations in Natural Science was added which features art therapy. Students from Professor Hannah Ariel’s Scientific Literacy class used pulse as a surrogate makers for relaxation responses. The success came when most students reported a significant reduction in their pulse when engaged in the activity.

The first event of the fall semester at Lynn Library was Constitution Day, September 17th, featuring a talk on “The Story of the Constitution… You’ve Never Heard” by professor of American Studies, Dr. Sep 17th-14Robert Watson. The lecture, the first in the library’s Faculty Lecture Series, spoke  of politics and facts relating to the Constitution and Dr. Watson’s most recent book, “America’s First Crisis.”  Students were invited to learn more about the Constitution and even sign a copy of it.

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On September 24th, DC & Marvel artist, and independent artist/creator of Omega Paradox, Mark Sparacio spent an afternoon with students and faculty. The event, which was part of Banned Books Week, featured a discussion and Q&A of Sparacio’s journey as a graphic novel artist and the art of the graphic novel. Sparacio is a professor at Design and Media Arts College (DMAC) in Boca Raton.

sindee kerkerOctober 3rd, Criminal Justice professor & attorney, Sindee Kerker, where she had a viewing and discussion session of the film, “Sin Pais” (Without Country); a film about immigration. She discussed the American Dream Act from a legal standpoint. Students felt that Dr. Kerker and her discussion about Sin Pais deepened their understanding of the issues of US immigration. The Party on the Patio on October 21st at 2 p.m.  celebrated the official opening of the 2nd floor patio at Lynn Library.

Stay tuned for more library programs & events…

About Adam Yurkiewitz
Adam is a Freshman and Communications & Emerging Media major at Lynn University and is tech savvy and enjoys teaching people how to use the latest technology.

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Meet our New Student Bloggers: Adam & Barbara

Lynn Library is pleased to introduce you to our student workers who will be our student bloggers for the semester: Adam Yurkiewitz & Barbara Calixte! 

Meet Adam Yurkiewitz

Where did you go to high school? Spanish River High School in Boca Raton, Florida. Adam Blog Pic

What made you decide to go to Lynn University? What made me decide to go to Lynn University has the most up to date technology, very interesting curriculum and very kind and wonderful staff.

What is your major? Communications and Emerging Media

What year are you in at Lynn? Freshman

What do you like about Lynn University so far? What I like about Lynn University so far is the very intelligent, helpful and caring professors and the very kind, caring, friendly and wonderful staff.

What are your interests outside of school and work at the Library? My interests outside of school and work at the library are teaching people how to use the latest technology.

Where do you see yourself doing or going after you graduate from Lynn University? I wish to work with a local news station after graduating from Lynn University.

Meet Barbara Calixte

Where did you go to high school? G-Star School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Floridabarbara calixte selfie

What made you decide to go to Lynn? I love the atmosphere, and what they had to offer for my major, I also love the fact that I got into the 3.0 program, that sealed the deal.

What is your major? Broadcast Journalism

What year are you in at Lynn? Freshman

What do you like about Lynn so far? I love the positive attitudes of everyone you meet here, everyone’s really nice.

What are your interests outside of school and work at the Library? I love to model and I love volunteering.

Where do you see yourself doing or going after you graduate from Lynn University? I see myself being the first/ youngest Haitian American women to anchor on CNN or MSNBC.

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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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