Clearwater Marine Aquarium has been opened since 1972 and has been a non-profit organization geared towards rescuing and rehabilitating sick and injured marine animals. On Nov. 5, Saint Leo University students got the opportunity to visit the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and learn about a variety of marine life organisms. The bus departed campus safety at… Continue reading Saint Leo Visits Clearwater Aquarium!
Most objectives expected in video games consist of racing, moving from point A to point B, shooting an enemy or slaying a dragon, but would anyone ever think that arguing in a courtroom would make an interesting and intuitive video game experience? Not until the “Ace Attorney” series became a cult following with its thought-provoking… Continue reading The Spirit of the Law
If you’re from up north or out in the Midwest, then you may not be used to the amalgamation of seasons that seems to occur in Florida. We should all know by now that there are four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and then fall. Not only that, but each is characterized by something different, with… Continue reading How to Have a Real Fall Season in Florida
With October being the month of spooks and frights, it’s around this time that the horror game releases increase. Scott Cawthon, developer and publisher of the Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF) franchise, also decided to release the next FNAF game in the series on October 7th. “Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location” is the fifth… Continue reading A Location Full of Disappointment
The Public Transport Commission [PTC] continues the battle between ridesharing companies, Uber, and their rival company Lyft, over their right to operate legally. Both companies have expanded and have been taken global, however, just because they are present everywhere, does not mean drivers are operating legally within those city limits. Uber and Lyft are being… Continue reading Uber and Lyft and Their Registration Battle
Nintendo has always been at the forefront of gaming technology, as has been personally responsible for leading the charge in a few shifts in gaming technology. Back in the 80’s and 90’s, the Game Boy beat out competitors from Sega and Atari in the handheld market, and paved the way for the DS, which released… Continue reading Nintendo Flips the Switch
The Sun is known as the life line for humanity for it keeps humans alive. The Sun is a little over 90 million miles away from the Earth, which is a suitable distance allowing for Earth to be inhabitable. NASA reports that on Sept. 22 the Hubble Telescope discovered a planet that orbits,… Continue reading Alien Planet has Two Suns
With Thanksgiving on the mind, most individuals are probably getting all the preparations and food ready for time with family to give thanks for the things they hold dear. However, another kind of preparation is being made that is intruding on this pleasant holiday and has grown more and more popular over the years. This… Continue reading Is Black Friday Really Necessary?
On Nov. 11 the Saint Leo Women’s Basketball team plays its first game of the season. In the schedule announced during the second week of October, coaches included 26 games of the regular season. For the team, it will also be the first academic year under the supervision of an entirely new coaching staff. … Continue reading New Coaches, New Goals, New Season
On Nov. 19, cross country teams from all around the nation will visit Saint Leo to participate in the NCAA Division II National Cross Country Championships. For the first time in the school’s history, Saint Leo University will host national championships. Both Men’s and Women’s Saint Leo Cross Country teams qualified for the event, and… Continue reading Saint Leo Hosts National Championships