Sports

NBA Second-Half Storylines

After taking a week off for the NBA All-Star festivities, the league is back in action, and there is plenty to look forward to as the season enters the home stretch. With only a little over a month left of the regular season, the playoff picture has already been taking shape, and we’ll get even… Continue reading NBA Second-Half Storylines

Sports

New Lion Reaches Milestone Victory

Saint Leo sports as a whole have been on a tear this season. The baseball team has started the season with a 6-2 record going into this weekend against the Lynn Golden Knights, but before we look forward, we need to take a step back and recognize a milestone for one of the newest Lions.… Continue reading New Lion Reaches Milestone Victory

A &E

Paws Firmly Planted: “Black Panther” Review

With the amount of hype that surrounds “Black Panther,” it is imperative that The Lions Pride’ Newspaper break down the essential parts of the movie. The excitement that “Black Panther” has garnered has been due in part to the progression it gives to the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, but also to its stellar casting, unique… Continue reading Paws Firmly Planted: “Black Panther” Review

National News

Puerto Rican Students Managing After Hurricanes

Hurricane Irma and Maria wreaked havoc on the Caribbean and the southern part of the United States last year in September. One island in particular that has massive damage and is still facing the damages of the hurricanes is Puerto Rico. Many students on the Saint Leo campus who hail from Puerto Rico are still… Continue reading Puerto Rican Students Managing After Hurricanes

Editorials

Is the Constitution Living or Not?

When getting involved in political disagreements, it’s likely that someone will bring up the United States Constitution. Many disagree over whether the Constitution should be interpreted as it was written or treated as an ever-evolving document. The original version of the Constitution was ratified in 1787, almost 250 years ago. Much has changed since then,… Continue reading Is the Constitution Living or Not?

Campus News

Dr. Anne Barngrover: A “Brazen Creature”

On Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2:00 PM- 2:50 PM, the Canon Memorial Library hosted Meet the Faculty, a series that showcases the talented faculty that supports Saint Leo University. This particular installment entitled “Being, Writing, and Reading a Brazen Creature” featured Dr. Anne Barngrover, a fairly new faculty member to SLU who joined the team this… Continue reading Dr. Anne Barngrover: A “Brazen Creature”

Sports

The Ball Keeps on Rolling, Men’s Tennis team stays undefeated

The Saint Leo University men's tennis team had one of the winningest records last season after finishing 13-5. Coach Berryhill, his staff, and the players are already off to a hot start, ready to repeat a successful season. Already 2-0, the Lions are ranked in the top 10 coming in strong at No. 7. With… Continue reading The Ball Keeps on Rolling, Men’s Tennis team stays undefeated