Editorials

Anime in Today’s Society

When you hear the term “anime,” what is the first thing that pops into your head? Maybe it’s the action-packed, powerful spiky-haired characters from “Dragon Ball Z,” the orange jumpsuit, headband wearing ninjas from “Naruto,” or perhaps the giant naked cannibalistic titans and the military group of teenagers who face them in “Attack on Titan.”… Continue reading Anime in Today’s Society

Sports

School Records Fall as Lions Open Track Season at Embry Riddle

The Saint Leo Track Team opened their season on Feb. 18 at the Embry Riddle Aeronautics last chance meet in Daytona, Fla. The event went from the morning to the afternoon including field events and running events from the 60 meter to the five kilometer race that was the last individual event before the relays.… Continue reading School Records Fall as Lions Open Track Season at Embry Riddle

A &E

Finally! “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

“Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” is the seventh movie in the Resident Evil franchise starring Mila Jovovich and is directed by her husband, Paul W.S. Anderson. It features Jovovich reprising her role as Project Alice, a physical weapon created by the Umbrella Corporation. This is marketed as the last of the series of movies in… Continue reading Finally! “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

National News

Staph Infections: Is There a Cure?

According to pubmed.gov,website affiliated with The National Library of Medicine and National Institute of Health, staph infections have an incident rate of 20 to 50 cases for every 100,000 people per year. And among these people, 10 to 30 percent will die from this infection, accounting for a greater number of deaths than for “AIDs,… Continue reading Staph Infections: Is There a Cure?

National News

Unemployment Around the World

The unemployment topic is one of the most discussed topics by politicians and leaders around the globe. In the 2016 U.S. presidential election, unemployment was one of the major points with both candidates having very different approaches on how to lower the unemployment rate. The International Labor Organization (ILO) is one of the leading resources… Continue reading Unemployment Around the World

National News

The Problem with Wrongful Convictions

In America, one of the most common phrases in the judicial system is “innocent until proven guilty.” But what happens when someone is innocent but proven guilty? A survey by C. Ronald Huff, the director of the Criminal Justice Research center at The Ohio State University, says that more than 10,000 people are wrongfully convicted… Continue reading The Problem with Wrongful Convictions

Campus News

A Night for Sweethearts

Encapsulated in the spirit of unity, and matriculating down from the core of love on Valentine’s Day, were the melodious sounds of the Saint Leo Chamber Singers and Just the Facts. The groups performed Feb. 15 in the Black Box Theatre and presented the theme “Sweethearts.” Scores of persons from the local community, members of… Continue reading A Night for Sweethearts