On September 11, the Fort Lauderdale campus held a remembrance of the tragic events that occurred 13 years ago. All students, faculty and staff were notified to wear their red, white, and blue attire in honor of this day and those we lost. The flag was flown at half staff and miniature flags were placed throughout the property. In addition, Rev. Louise Morley conducted a 9:00am intercom announcement and a campus-wide moment of silence.
Students signed a “Wall of Remembrance” honoring the victims of 9/11. After fellowship, the students, faculty, and staff locked arms with each other and bowed their heads in a moment of silence.
Sarasota campus welcomed two guest speakers on campus to a packed audience in the Lake Osprey room. After a brief moment of silence, led by Criminal Justice student and veteran Kevin Wett, Manatee County Judge of the 12th Judicial Circuit, Douglas Henderson – Criminal Division and Theresa A. Domenico, ESQ – Civil Litigation Attorney spoke on many informative topics, such as criminal law, civil litigation, civilian rights, medical malpractice and patient rights. In conclusion of the seminar, the floor was opened to the audience for an enlightening Q&A.