National News

Clinton and Trump Clash in First Debate

The first of three 2016 presidential debates was held on Sept. 26 with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton taking the stage at Hofstra University in Long Island, N.Y. The two presidential candidates clashed over the topics of taxes, national defense, healing racial relations, and many more controversial national issues. NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt… Continue reading Clinton and Trump Clash in First Debate

Sports

Women’s Golf Begins Their Journey

Caramel, Ind. On Sept. 12 the Saint Leo Women’s Golf started their 2016-2017 season by taking part in the University of Indianapolis Invitational. The Lions finished fifth overall, and the team was led by a senior, Marie Coors who took second place individually.    The Lions started their campaign at the 6215-yard Prairie View course in… Continue reading Women’s Golf Begins Their Journey

Sports

Volleyball Continues Their Winning Streak

The Women of the Saint Leo University Volleyball team won their third straight win last weekend, beating Rollins in a thrilling match on the night of Sept. 23 before beating Embry-Riddle on the afternoon of Sept. 24. With the home court advantage and many Saint Leo Fans in the gym, the Lions seemed unstoppable and… Continue reading Volleyball Continues Their Winning Streak

A &E

Death Star: Everyone is a Super Weapon

Since its release on Nov. 17 of last year, the Electronic Arts-published video game “Star Wars: Battlefront” has seen a lot of criticism from critics and fans alike. As an online-only multiplayer shooter, “Star Wars: Battlefront” needs to have an extremely robust amount of content to keep its players satisfied; however, the game simply didn’t… Continue reading Death Star: Everyone is a Super Weapon

National News

Wells Fargo Cheats its Customers out of $20 Million

Wells Fargo has been fined for fraudulent activity for its employees creating about 2 million fraudulent accounts, cheating their customers out of $20 million. Wells Fargo admitted that there was illegal activity going on through a release of a statement on Sept. 8, admitting fault and apologizing for the creation of fraudulent accounts: “Wells Fargo… Continue reading Wells Fargo Cheats its Customers out of $20 Million

National News

Concerns for Zika Virus are Still on a Rise

On Jul. 29, there were two confirmed reported cases of the Zika virus in the Wynwood area, north of downtown Miami. From then, the risk of being infected is a growing concern for many Florida residents. The Zika virus is spread mostly through the bite of an infected mosquito. And due to this type of… Continue reading Concerns for Zika Virus are Still on a Rise

Editorials

Is Automated Grading the Future of Schooling?

Automated Essay Scoring (AES) is an emerging area of assessment technology that is gaining the attention of many educators and policy leaders. It involves the training of computer engines to rate essays by considering both the mechanics and content of the writing. Even though it is not currently being practiced or even tested in a… Continue reading Is Automated Grading the Future of Schooling?

Campus News

We the People

You would not expect it, but Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were recently on campus. Their cardboard likenesses were propped up in Kirk Hall on Sept. 14. With the upcoming US Presidential elections in Nov., the Constitution Day was a perfect occasion to soak students in the atmosphere of politics so that they could voice… Continue reading We the People