Campus News

Empowerment in a Violent Situation

Due to a lack of increasing students or groups making choices and transforming those choices into actions, the Multicultural and International Student Services, in conjunction with Sunrise of Pasco County, Inc. and Counseling Services, organized a presentation on empowerment as a way of educating the students in violent situations. The presentation took place on Mar.… Continue reading Empowerment in a Violent Situation

Campus News

Math Circle Outreach Program

The Department of Mathematics and Science, since 2013, have been having their normal weekly Math Circle Outreach program held Thursdays at Saint Leo University Campus in Lewis Hall, Room 207. This program was established by Monika Kiss, associate professor of mathematics. The weekly program usually takes place from 6pm to 7pm. One of the students… Continue reading Math Circle Outreach Program

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A honored guest Marshall Larsen

On Mar. 10, the Student Community Center boardroom was fully packed and attendees were excited to hear from the former CEO of Goodrich Aerospace, Marshall Larsen, in the first International Business Conference of Saint Leo University. Former Second Lieutenant at West Point Military Academy and the first “boss” of Saint Leo’s president, Dr. Lennox who… Continue reading A honored guest Marshall Larsen

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Jammin’ For Life

Saturday Night November 16, 2013, the Jammin For Life Concert was held. Majalukah (MJ) Berry (Senior), put this event together for her internship and she chose to spread awareness around campus about the importance of HIV/Aids. She said, “there was nothing about HIV/Aids being noticed around school.” In preparation for this event, it look MJ… Continue reading Jammin’ For Life

A &E

FIFA 15: Bringing Soccer to the Indoors

The FIFA’s hit soccer video games has just had its latest release, FIFA 15, on Sept. 23, 2014. The FIFA series is known for its simulation of the soccer, and changes the sport into a more competitive way to play indoors. The graphics in the FIFA games have gotten more detailed with every installment, and… Continue reading FIFA 15: Bringing Soccer to the Indoors

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Saint Leo City Limits

The School of Arts and Science hosted “Saint Leo City Limits” on Apr. 12 in the new Black Box Theatre. This concert showcased standard tunes and vocal jazz performed by students, staff, and faculty. The night featured thirteen acts from Just the Facts and the Saint Leo Chamber Singers, both of which were directed by… Continue reading Saint Leo City Limits

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King of the Lions: Hear Him Roar

“I love Saint Leo,” said Masterson Dempsey, graduating senior and 2016 commencement speaker. Dempsey was born in Cleveland, Ohio and currently lives in Wesley Chapel. He had played football, ran track and performed in school musicals throughout his high school years. Q: How was high school for you? Did you enjoy it? “I loved high… Continue reading King of the Lions: Hear Him Roar

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American Sign Language Arrives At Saint Leo

Saint Leo University has a new club that arrived on campus this spring, the SLU Signers. This club is focused on members learning about American Sign Language and the deaf culture. The club, which meets every Thursday at 6 pm, was founded and is headed by Rachael Stewart, a freshman majoring in elementary education. Inspired… Continue reading American Sign Language Arrives At Saint Leo

Sports

Lions are Kings and Queens of the Court

The Saint Leo University men’s and women’s Tennis teams have been quietly dominating the NCAA Division 2 world. With both teams sitting at 18-1 as of April 18, the teams are poised for a run at the national championships. The men’s team is ranked number two in the nation as of the latest ITA Division… Continue reading Lions are Kings and Queens of the Court

Sports

School’s Not Out For Them

Even though the final exams finish on April 26, some Saint Leo Lions will be active even after that. Sports teams will be competing on campus during the summer break, some playing into June depending on how well they do. The Lion’s baseball team finishes their regular season competing at Florida Southern College on May… Continue reading School’s Not Out For Them