Sports

Saint Leo Softball Preview

The Saint Leo University Softball program has one of the winningest reputations on campus after finishing last season with a 37-15 record, 17-7 against the Sunshine State Conference, the SSC title, and a trip to the NCAA postseason. Coach Kinberger, her staff, and the players are ready to defend the title. This is the first… Continue reading Saint Leo Softball Preview

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“Black-ish” Fans Rejoice for Spin-off “Grown-ish”

The seemingly neverending excitement, the weirdly contradictive anxious and optimistic thoughts along with the desire for freedom are all aspects that almost every college student can confidently agree one will experience when initially going to university. “Grown-ish,” an American sitcom television series aired by Freeform, is the perfect example of an individual going off to… Continue reading “Black-ish” Fans Rejoice for Spin-off “Grown-ish”

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Moving Around the Tracks: “The Commuter”

"The Commuter" stars Liam Neeson (Taken Franchise), Sam Neil ("Jurassic Park" Franchise), Elizabeth McGovern ("Downtown Abbey"), Jonathan Banks ("Better Call Saul"), Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga ("The Conjuring" Franchise). The film pairs film director Jaume Collet-Serra and Neeson in their fourth film in a non-related series of movies that include "Unknown" (2011), "Non-Stop" (2014) and… Continue reading Moving Around the Tracks: “The Commuter”

National News

The Voice of the USVI on Campus

Months have passed since Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit the United States Virgin Islands; however, to this day the aftermath is still being felt ever since the two Category 5 storms rampaged through the islands September of last year. After the devastating hurricanes, the islanders were left without electricity. The New York Times reported that… Continue reading The Voice of the USVI on Campus

Campus News

It’s All Greek to Me!

Joining a fraternity or a sorority in college is the dream of many incoming students. To generate interest in this semester’s recruitment and rush weeks the different Greek councils held a Greek Showcase Jan. 10 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., complete with brag tables and complimentary donuts. Saint Leo University practices deferred recruitment, meaning… Continue reading It’s All Greek to Me!

Campus News

Saint Leo Serves the Community

On Jan. 12, Saint Leo had their Spring Community Service Day. From 11:00-2:00, students, community members, and members from Feeding Children Everywhere were all gathered together measuring, weighing, sealing, and packing boxes with meals for the hungry. Feeding Children Everywhere is an organization that aims to gather people and package meals. “It’s getting community together… Continue reading Saint Leo Serves the Community

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“Black Mirror” Season Four Teasers

“Black Mirror,” a British television series, has consistently released a season every year for the last four years. “Black Mirror” is a science fiction series that is set in the future and deals with the concept of technology eventually going badly for humanity, similar to a modern-day “Twilight Zone.” The first episode of the recently… Continue reading “Black Mirror” Season Four Teasers

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“The Magicians” Season Two Struggles with Pace

The TV adaption of Lev Grossman’s book series “The Magicians” released its second season to Netflix Dec. 11 about one month before the premiere of the show’s third season on the network channel Syfy. The show’s first season ended with one of the most jaw-dropping twists in television. Quentin's (Jason Ralph) friend Julia (Stella Maeve)… Continue reading “The Magicians” Season Two Struggles with Pace

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“Citrus” Steals Hearts

"Citrus" was originally illustrated and written by Saburouta who publishes her works in the magazine known as “Comic Yuri Hime” in which she writes about romantic relationships between women. The work gained recognition from “The New York Times” as one of the bestselling manga in 2015. The manga has recently been adapted to an anime… Continue reading “Citrus” Steals Hearts