Campus News

Building Bridges: Islam and the Catholic Church

The Catholic Church and Christianity as a whole has had a complicated and unique relationship with Islam since its inception. In recent years, with concerns for Islamic extremism on the rise, it seemed fitting for Saint Leo University to have a speaker that can explain the nuances of Islam and clarify any misunderstandings students may… Continue reading Building Bridges: Islam and the Catholic Church

Editorials

Excellence Through Cooperation

An enormous number of college students absolutely despise group work. The thought of being forced to work with other students, and often to present the results of this cooperation, often causes immense amounts of frustration and anxiety. However, the question still stands: does group work have a place in educational environments, or is it unnecessary… Continue reading Excellence Through Cooperation

National News

Zika Virus Trasmission from Africa to America

History has shown that almost all of the debilitating and destructive diseases that have emerged were not predicted before they happening, but were only discovered when they were already in existence. One such disease is the Zika virus, which emerged in Uganda in 1947. The Americas have not been without similar experiences. The people of… Continue reading Zika Virus Trasmission from Africa to America

National News

Disney and Dali: A Fantastical Friendship

Decades ago, Walt Disney and Salvador Dali forged a unique partnership and created a masterpiece that, today, is widely unheard of. For the first time in years, their story is being told and their dream is being brought to life anew. The Dali Museum, located in St. Petersburg, FL., is currently featuring a new exhibit… Continue reading Disney and Dali: A Fantastical Friendship

A &E

A Step in the Right Direction

It’s always wonderful to see Saint Leo graduates following their dreams after graduating. Sean T. Lahey has done exactly that, as he wrote and published his first book in 2015, titled “Taming the American Horse.” After working as an insurance salesman for a few years Lahey moved to California to pursue his dreams as a… Continue reading A Step in the Right Direction

National News

Antonin Scalia’s Replacement on the SCOTUS: Politics or a Chess Game?

On Feb. 13, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away. It was originally believed that the cause of death was natural causes; however, it was eventually reported that the justice had suffered from heart problems and high blood pressure. Scalia had served on the Court since 1986. The death of any Supreme Court Justice calls… Continue reading Antonin Scalia’s Replacement on the SCOTUS: Politics or a Chess Game?

Campus News

Education Knows No Age

When most people are thinking about retirement, Joyce Marshall is thinking about a new career. Marshall, who is 71 years old, is currently a junior at Saint Leo, studying at the Madison Center located in Madison, Florida. Madison is located approximately three hours away from University Campus, near the Florida-Georgia border. Saint Leo University is… Continue reading Education Knows No Age