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The Vanguard Newsletter: Fall 2014 Edition Released

The Vanguard Newsletter, the official publication of the FMU Honors Program.
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Five Lions Named to All-Conference Team

SAVANNAH, Ga. – The Sun Conference announced the 2014 Men’s Soccer All-Conference awards and superlatives on Thursday evening at the 2014 Sun Conference Men’s Soccer Tournament Banquet hosted by SCAD Sava
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Dr. Artis Featured in Legacy Miami Magazine

Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis is featured in the October 27th Education Issue of Legacy Miami Magazine.
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Men’s Basketball Edge College of the Bahamas in Exhibition Game

Florida Memorial University Men’s basketball team Edge College of the Bahamas 73-68 on Friday evening in front of a sellout crowd at The Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium in Nassau, Bahamas. In the  fir
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FMU Students in Black College Today Magazine

FMU Students are highlighted in the November/December 2014 edition of Black College Today magazine. See “Black College S.G.A. Presidents” on page 12 and “Black College Today Magazine’s Black
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Men’s Soccer Quarterfinal Playoff Home Game

Warner University Vs. Florida Memorial University Lions Date: Saturday, November 8, 2014 Time: 5:00 p.m. Admission: $5 for adults and $3 for students with FMU ID. (Per III.E.11, on page 2 of the Men’s Socc
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Men’s Soccer To Host Warner on Saturday at 5PM

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – Florida Memorial University men’s soccer team has clinched a spot in The Sun Conference Championships.  The second-seeded Lions will host Warner University in the quarterfinals ma
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FMU Basketball Home Game Location

Florida Memorial University Basketball will be playing their 2014-2015 game at three different location this year. Please look for your team below to see where your team will be playing. And I would like to say
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Florida Memorial Men’s Soccer History Making Year

The Florida Memorial Men’s soccer finished the 2014 campaign with an 11-5- record, their best regular season in the program short time. They finish second in The Sun Conference with an 8-2- record, enabling t
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College fair gets South Florida students thinking about future

By Christina Veiga Maybe it was her volunteer work. Or all those dual enrollment classes. Jailene Jeantilus isn’t sure what did it, but she could read the recruiter’s face as he combed through her applicati