The 2017 NFL season is only a few weeks away, which means fantasy football leagues are getting started all over the country. For those unfamiliar with fantasy football, it usually involves a group of people coming together to draft real life football players to a team of their own. Teams will play each other every… Continue reading Fantasy Football 101
As Dr. Lennox prepares for year three, his priorities are clear. University President Dr. William J. Lennox reflected on his “sophomore year” at Saint Leo as a very positive one overall. Lennox shared that the University was initially concerned that its expenses were crossing the revenue line, but because some productive, repositioning changes were made,… Continue reading Recruit, Retain, and Communicate
On Aug. 25th, President Donald Trump officially pardoned Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to much controversy, with words such as "racism", "white supremacy", and "human's rights violations" being thrown around by the public. Joe Arpaio had been the sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona from 1993 to Jan. 1st, 2017. Arpaio has for years been accused of… Continue reading Trump Pardons Arizona Sheriff to Much Controversy
“Atypical” is a coming-of-age comedy about a high school senior on the autism spectrum. The show revolves around the young man trying to reach his goal of getting a girlfriend. The series stars Keir Gilchrist, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Michael Rapaport, and Amy Okuda. The show follows Sam, an autistic teen, as he interacts… Continue reading “Atypical” is an Surprisingly Different Show on Netflix
Hello to Saint Leo University’s newest lions and welcome! The Lions’ Pride newspaper congratulates you on your acceptance to this incredible University. Everyone is so excited to welcome a new class to the Saint Leo community and family. As new students, many of you may be seeking an on-campus job or real-world experience to add… Continue reading Welcome, Class of 2021!