A &E

The Sound of Silence: “A Quiet Place”

Silence is not only golden but potentially life-saving. This is the idea behind “A Quiet Place,” an inventive new horror flick directed by and starring John Krasinski. The film also stars Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe. This suspenseful thriller follows the Abbott family and their fight to survive a deadly alien invasion. Earth… Continue reading The Sound of Silence: “A Quiet Place”

National News

Across the Universe: The Life of Stephen Hawking

On March 14, the stars themselves seemed to dim as the world reeled from the tragic news that Stephen Hawking, renowned physicist, author and one of the most brilliant minds of the modern age, had died at the age of 76. Hawking’s interest in theoretical physics began in 1959 when he commenced his university education… Continue reading Across the Universe: The Life of Stephen Hawking

Campus News

Celebrating a Rich History

“We hold Black History Month every year for approximately the last 10 years. And every year we get more and more people that are involved and that come to enjoy our celebration with us,” said Karen Hannel, assistant professor of fine arts. In keeping with the year’s “Revolution” theme, this installment of the popular Black… Continue reading Celebrating a Rich History

Editorials

Beat Those Valentine’s Day Blues

For some singles, Valentine’s Day can be one of the loneliest days of the year. But fear not! There are plenty of activities to help single folks keep those spirits high, even when surrounded by googly-eyed couples. Spend the day with friends and family. Platonic loved ones are there to remind you that, though you’re… Continue reading Beat Those Valentine’s Day Blues

Campus News

Phantasmagoria brings Nightmares to SLU

“Once a story is chosen, it must be told. Once a story is begun, it must be finished.” This is the creed of Phantasmagoria, a wildly entertaining and deeply unsettling Victorian horror troupe that travels the country telling tales of the macabre. Saint Leo University was the latest stop on their “Wickedest Tales of All”… Continue reading Phantasmagoria brings Nightmares to SLU

A &E

The Greatest Show on Earth

There’s a good reason why Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey circus was known as “the greatest show on earth,” and it’s well reflected in director Michael Gracey’s musical film, “The Greatest Showman.” The exhilarating biopic stars Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams and Zendaya. “The Greatest Showman” tells the story of visionary P. T. Barnum,… Continue reading The Greatest Show on Earth

A &E

Water Water Everywhere

  Ever wondered how “The Creature of the Black Lagoon” would have ended if the gill man got the girl? Acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro answers that question with his wet and wild take on the classic beauty and the beast love story, “The Shape of Water.” This stunning picture stars Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones,… Continue reading Water Water Everywhere

A &E

The Most Beloved Christmas Songs

At last, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Which means its time too bask in the glow of holiday lights, curl up with a cup of cocoa and binge those favorite holiday specials, and, of course, belt out some Christmas tunes at the top of your lungs. To help bring about that seasonal… Continue reading The Most Beloved Christmas Songs

A &E

Christmas Songs You Just Can’t Stand

Despite being the most joyful season of the year, Christmas time also comes with its share of problems. For each of those holiday hits you just can’t get enough of is another Christmas tune you just can’t stand. As chosen by members f the Lions’ Pride Staff, here are the corniest, depressing, and just downright… Continue reading Christmas Songs You Just Can’t Stand

Campus News

Celebrating Saint Leo

On Oct. 30, the entire campus was abuzz with spirited students and staff celebrating “A Day for Saint Leo.” This year’s event kicked off Homecoming week and featured multiple t-shirt drops, a selfie station, and a Phonathon. The event was hosted by members of Alumni Engagement and Sustained Giving. Regina Belvin, the department’s Assistant Director,… Continue reading Celebrating Saint Leo