Lions Softball Sweeps Double-Header

Saint Leo’s Shyanne DuBois had an outstanding game, causing a huge threat to opponents Florida Southern in which she helped the Lions win both games against the Mocs. Saint Leo showed great skill beating the Mocs 3-1 and 7-4 Thursday evening. Shyanne DuBois hit four-for-six overall,  had four runs scored and was five-for-five in stolen… Continue reading Lions Softball Sweeps Double-Header

A &E

Love Is…“Love, Simon”

On March 16, the newest hit teenage movie entered theaters: "Love, Simon." "Love, Simon" is a coming of age teenage romantic comedy and holds the title of being the first major studio film to focus on an LGBT teenage romance. "Love, Simon" follows Simon Spier, a popular student with good friends, a supportive family and… Continue reading Love Is…“Love, Simon”

A &E

Snoop Dogg: Constantly Evolving

World famous rapper, Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., more commonly known as Snoop Dogg, is consistently working on projects. The 46-year-old of Long Beach, California has had great success with music among other things. The father of four has experience in genres like hip-hop, funk, reggae and gangsta rap, music is not all he is known… Continue reading Snoop Dogg: Constantly Evolving

National News

An Incurable Sickness: Multiple Myeloma

  The month of March is dedicated to drawing even more attention than regular to multiple myeloma, a rare cancer that is affecting more and more human beings every year. The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation defines multiple myeloma as a form of blood cancer that develops in the bone marrow. In multiple myeloma, normal plasma… Continue reading An Incurable Sickness: Multiple Myeloma

Campus News

How to Get a Full Night’s Rest

Information from Terry Dadez was retrieved from a previous article, titled “Tips to Sleeping Peacefully” written by Nicole Alvarez and Erin Gaylord. Sleeping is an essential part of one’s daily routine. However, many college students suffer from lack of sleep. A study conducted by Brown University states that at least 11 percent of students report… Continue reading How to Get a Full Night’s Rest


How Overpopulation is Threatening the World

Human beings and animals are becoming overpopulated in some areas. Overpopulation refers to a place becoming overloaded with one population of organisms. Many factors result in overpopulation. Areas are left unpopulated when they are no longer able to sustain life, when this happens, people migrate to other regions which increases their population. Humans demand more… Continue reading How Overpopulation is Threatening the World

Campus News

Saint Leo Mourns a Tragic Loss

On Wednesday, March 21, the Saint Leo community gathered together to remember one of its beloved students, Kale Pinder. Pinder was a junior journalism major; he was involved in the Caribbean Students Association and was loved by many in the Saint Leo Community. A resident of the Bahamas, Pinder lived with his parents and two… Continue reading Saint Leo Mourns a Tragic Loss

Campus News

“Meet Your Faculty” Introduces Professor Francis Orlando

Since the beginning of the Spring semester, the School of Arts and Sciences has been hosting a campus event known as "Meet Your Faculty," which permits students to get to know Saint Leo's faculty members in a more structured way. The most recent edition held on Mar. 20 was based on “The Challenges of Creating… Continue reading “Meet Your Faculty” Introduces Professor Francis Orlando