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

A &E

The Top Shows to Binge Watch for Halloween

The most frightening day of the year is right around the corner, and it’s time for Halloween lovers everywhere to start preparing with a good old-fashioned fright fest. For those who’ve already exhausted their horror movie inventory, they can shake things up a bit with these top television shows guaranteed to send shivers down the… Continue reading The Top Shows to Binge Watch for Halloween

Campus News

Saint Leo Supports Dreamers

President Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy is of great concern to the nation today. On Sept. 6, before Hurricane Irma’s arrival, Saint Leo President William J. Lennox sent out a mass email to the student body that made the University’s stance on DACA crystal clear. “As a Catholic… Continue reading Saint Leo Supports Dreamers

Campus News

The Heart of a Poet: Gianna Russo Wins Prestigious Award

On Sep. 28, a member of Saint Leo’s Creative Writing team proved that she was among the “Best of the Bay.” Gianna Russo, the Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing, took home a Reader’s Choice Award for Best Local Poet. The award was presented by Creative Loafing: Tampa Bay. Russo has been a member… Continue reading The Heart of a Poet: Gianna Russo Wins Prestigious Award

Campus News

Saint Leo Gets Artsy

It’s no secret that Saint Leo University possesses a diverse array of artistically talented students and staff. On Oct. 7, the campus decided to share those talents with the community at large by hosting the first annual “Arts in the Park.” The event was held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Agnes Lamb Park… Continue reading Saint Leo Gets Artsy

A &E

“The Orville” Has Launched

Funny man Seth MacFarlane, creator of the hit television series “Family Guy,” engaged quantum drive and made a bold leap from animation to live action with his new series “The Orville,” which premiered on Sept. 10. MacFarlane stars as Ed Mercer, a down on his luck interstellar fleet officer who catches a much-needed break when… Continue reading “The Orville” Has Launched

Campus News

Hurricane Irma: A Night Filled with Fear

After learning that Hurricane Irma would hit us only at a category 1 storm, I wasn’t exactly shaking in my boots. However, I quickly discovered that I was wrong to not be scared. On Sunday, Sept. 10, I learned that although one may be well prepared for the physical damage that may come, you can… Continue reading Hurricane Irma: A Night Filled with Fear

A &E

In the End: The Shocking Death of Chester Bennington

Fans of the popular rap metal group Linkin Park were in for a horrific surprise on July 19. The band’s lead singer, Chester Bennington, was found dead in his home from an apparent suicide. He was 41. Linkin Park was formed in 1996 and quickly rose to fame after their debut album, “Hybrid Theory,” was… Continue reading In the End: The Shocking Death of Chester Bennington

Campus News

A ‘Welcome Back’ Bash

On July 15, Saint Leo welcomed incoming students and their families to the University with a campus-wide blowout. From 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., guests of all ages partied down at Saint Leo’s annual Summer Fest. This year, to avoid the brutal Florida heat, Summer Fest consisted of several indoor activities in cooler locations around… Continue reading A ‘Welcome Back’ Bash