National News

How Puerto Rico Got Into $74 Billion of Debt

History of Puerto Rico’s Economic Downfall Puerto Rico has been in recent turmoil since Hurricane Irma and Maria hit the island. But truth be told, Puerto Rico has been in an economic crisis for several years now, as they have faced a huge recession. but with 74 billion dollars in debt right now, Puerto Rico… Continue reading How Puerto Rico Got Into $74 Billion of Debt

National News

Treatment of Puerto Rico As a Territory In Aftermath Of Hurricanes

Puerto Rico has come a long way since the hit of Hurricane Maria. FEMA has reported a month and half after Maria, that 92 percent of cell service has been restored, 41 percent of powers was restored, and 81 percent of citizens now have access to clean water. On Dec. 8, more than two months… Continue reading Treatment of Puerto Rico As a Territory In Aftermath Of Hurricanes

National News

Puerto Rico Stuck in $74 Billion in Debt

With Hurricanes Irma and Maria wreaking havoc on Puerto Rico, leaving much of the island still without power and increasing the spotlight on Puerto Rico’s debt, there are many questions of how the struggling country will dig themselves out of the hole and how will the power and other social issues in the aftermath of… Continue reading Puerto Rico Stuck in $74 Billion in Debt

Campus News

Program Bridges Students’ Language Barrier

Saint Leo Bridge Program Celebrates 5 years The Bridge Program has come a long way since it started five years ago in 2012. The academic program was put in place to help international students whose native language is not English, transition into the United States’ college environment. The program is open to students who are… Continue reading Program Bridges Students’ Language Barrier

National News

Key West Center Re-opening After Hurricane

Hurricane Irma made landfall in Key West on Sept. 10 as a Category 4 storm. A month after Hurricane Irma has hit Florida, the Saint Leo Key West Center, the students and faculty recently got readjusted. In fact, according to Alaina Plowdrey, the director of Key West, students returned to classes on Monday, Oct. 2,… Continue reading Key West Center Re-opening After Hurricane

Campus News

Corpus Christi Center Standing Strong After Harvey

Hurricane Harvey, a Category 4 storm, affected Houston and other southeastern parts of Texas, resulting in floodings, major property damages, and even deaths. Luckily, the Corpus Christi Center was fortunate since they didn’t sustain much damage, the Center Director, Sara Heydon, described the devastation as “a small amount.” “Wind-driven rain came in our office and… Continue reading Corpus Christi Center Standing Strong After Harvey

A &E

“Home Again” is Charming and Heart Warming

“Home Again” released Sept. 8, is a dramedy about a recently separated mother, whose life gets shaken up when she allows three aspiring filmmakers to live with her and her two daughters. The movie stars Reese Witherspoon as Alice, Nat Wolff as Teddy, Jon Rudnitsky as George, and Pico Alexander as Harry. The film is… Continue reading “Home Again” is Charming and Heart Warming

Campus News

Understanding Different Avenues For Financial Assistance 

Do you want a job, but don’t know where to start? Do you know what the requirements for some jobs are? Do you know the difference between work-study and non-work-study? Federal Work Study (FWS) is a program implemented by the United States government that subsidizes paychecks for undergraduate and graduate students working part-time. Domestic students… Continue reading Understanding Different Avenues For Financial Assistance 

Campus News

Saint Leo WorldWide Stands Strong After Hurricanes

In a matter of weeks, both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma has caused major damage in the United States, affecting Texas, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and North Carolina. These hurricanes caused significant damages to properties and even resulted in numerous deaths. The storms also affected the Saint Leo main Campus and Centers. About 8,000 students were… Continue reading Saint Leo WorldWide Stands Strong After Hurricanes

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Caribbean Braced Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma, the once Category 5 storm, has wreak havoc in the Caribbean, leaving at least 28 people dead across the region, according to Reuters. The storm left a trail of destruction, leaving many islands with damaged infrastructures and loss of water, food supplies, and power. Hurricane Irma causing significant damages on the many islands… Continue reading Caribbean Braced Hurricane Irma