Campus News

Recruit, Retain, and Communicate

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

Campus News

Recruit, Retain, and Communicate

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

Campus News

Welcome, Class of 2021!

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!

National News

Drunk Driving Increase Among College Students

With each incident of alcohol-related accidents that are reported, it becomes increasingly evident that drunk driving is a significant danger that faces college students today. Whether it be the students themselves that drive under the influence or students that are affected out on the road by others driving drunk, drinking and driving can be a… Continue reading Drunk Driving Increase Among College Students

Campus News

Saint Leo Sorority Fundraises for Sex Trafficking Victims

During the week of Feb. 27, Panhellenic Sorority Alpha Sigma Tau hosted Her Week, a week-long event advocating for global sex trafficking and raising money for its victims. The donations collected throughout the week were in support of Wipe Every Tear, a non-profit organization that advocates for women and girls trafficked in the sex trade… Continue reading Saint Leo Sorority Fundraises for Sex Trafficking Victims

Campus News

Saint Leo Remembers Departed Student Nicholas Cusson at Candlelight Vigil

On Jan. 10, Saint Leo University students, faculty, and alumni came together to mourn the loss of and remember student Nicholas Cusson at a Mass and candlelight vigil in his honor.  University Ministry Mentor Tiffany Fettig began the service by requesting that the attendees begin with a few moments of quiet reflection for Cusson. Chaplain… Continue reading Saint Leo Remembers Departed Student Nicholas Cusson at Candlelight Vigil

Campus News

New Arrests Made and Trial Date Set in Smith Case

Disclaimer: The following story, photos, and accompanying items are fictionalized and are part of Saint Leo University’s Alternate Reality Learning Experience (ARLE). The events described did not occur. The characters are fictional and any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental. New information provided by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office stated that… Continue reading New Arrests Made and Trial Date Set in Smith Case

Campus News

Suspicious Incident puts Beloved Professor in Coma

Disclaimer: The following story, photos, and accompanying items are fictionalized and are part of Saint Leo University’s Alternate Reality Learning Experience (ARLE). The events described did not occur. The characters are fictional and any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental.   Dr. Penny Smith, professor of sociology, was found unconscious in… Continue reading Suspicious Incident puts Beloved Professor in Coma

National News

Chelsea Clinton Speaks to Saint Leo Student During National Press Call

Chelsea Clinton makes no bones about her “unapologetic bias” toward her mother, Democratic nominee for president, Hillary Clinton. On Tuesday, Sept. 27, Chelsea Clinton held a press call with students from all around the country in honor of National Voter Registration Day. The goal was to discuss what’s at stake for students in the current… Continue reading Chelsea Clinton Speaks to Saint Leo Student During National Press Call

Campus News

Candlelight Vigil in Honor of Alexis Carrera

Regretfully, the Saint Leo community is in mourning, as it lost one of its own last weekend. On the afternoon of Sept. 11, senior Alexis “Pancho” Carrera was found unresponsive in his campus residence hall. Campus Security and Safety reacted instantly by calling 911, with the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office responding to the situation as… Continue reading Candlelight Vigil in Honor of Alexis Carrera