Saint Leo Women’s Lacrosse Falls to NYIT

Saint Leo women’s lacrosse has been on a tear this season previously posting an incredible 7-1 record; they even set a team record in points in a game with 24 against Tusculum. However, every team has to lose at some point, and the last game, March 22 against New York Institute of Technology, was the… Continue reading Saint Leo Women’s Lacrosse Falls to NYIT

A &E

The Satisfying Sequel to “The Strangers”

“The Strangers: Prey at Night,” sequel to the 2008 horror film “The Strangers,” was released on March 9. The series is known for its masked killers, the Strangers, who are seemingly everywhere at once, constantly sneaking up on their innocent victims. The motives for these psychopaths are presumably nonexistent. In response to the classic horror… Continue reading The Satisfying Sequel to “The Strangers”


Lions’ Baseball Reaches 20 Wins

  After the giant rainstorm, the Saint Leo baseball game was moved to March 21 against Eckerd. It was a back-and-forth game at Thomas B. Southard Stadium where the No. 22 Lions prevailed over Eckerd in non-conference action 7-4. This exciting contest pushed the team to their 20th win giving them an incredible 20-5 record.… Continue reading Lions’ Baseball Reaches 20 Wins

National News

Across the Universe: The Life of Stephen Hawking

On March 14, the stars themselves seemed to dim as the world reeled from the tragic news that Stephen Hawking, renowned physicist, author and one of the most brilliant minds of the modern age, had died at the age of 76. Hawking’s interest in theoretical physics began in 1959 when he commenced his university education… Continue reading Across the Universe: The Life of Stephen Hawking

A &E

Pressing out the Wrinkles in “A Wrinkle in Time”

Pervading the silver screen in a myriad of colors and sights in the portrayal of the latest book adaptation is "A Wrinkle in Time." The film has a star-studded cast supplanted with household names such as Oprah Winfrey (Ms. Which), Chris Pine, Reese Witherspoon (Ms. Whatsit), Mindy Kaling (Ms. Who), Michael Pena (Red) and Zach… Continue reading Pressing out the Wrinkles in “A Wrinkle in Time”


Celebrity Opinions Should not be Discounted

In the last month since the tragedy of gun violence afflicted Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the always-sunny and loving community of Broward County, Florida, the public outcry has been overwhelming. Many students, parents and educators have become activists in taking to organizing and protesting on the streets, demanding changes in policy to prevent… Continue reading Celebrity Opinions Should not be Discounted


Major League Baseball Preview

After a long and fairly uneventful offseason, opening day is right around the corner and it’s time to watch some major league baseball. No matter your favorite team may be, it is an exciting time of year for fans of the sport, as every ball club gets to start fresh and have a chance at… Continue reading Major League Baseball Preview

Campus News

The Future is Female

So long as there is life, what it means to be female is continuously evolving. While the struggle for gender equality persists in this patriarchal society that has been planted into our existence since the conception of humanity, it is no secret that women have achieved and conquered despite the domestic box society constantly attempts… Continue reading The Future is Female