National News

Florida’s New Gun Law Reforms

There was a March for Our Lives in Tampa and Orlando on Saturday, Mar. 24, 2018, for individuals to come together as a community for a common purpose to voice their opinions on what was going on in the country with gun reform. The movement of “March for Our Lives” was started and organized by… Continue reading Florida’s New Gun Law Reforms

Campus News

What to do for Spring Break?   

It’s that time we’ve all been waiting for! Spring break season is finally here. Many students may be unsure of what they want to do for spring break, so this article gives the top three suggestions for activities to do during the break. Before the list, here’s a bit of what a few students at… Continue reading What to do for Spring Break?   

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Puerto Rican Students’ Thoughts on Hurricane Aid

Puerto Rico was hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September of last year. However, the effects of the hurricane are still evident due to loss of power and damage to nature and infrastructure, which is still looming over the island.  The experience of Puerto Ricans was exacerbated due to the slow arrival of aid,… Continue reading Puerto Rican Students’ Thoughts on Hurricane Aid

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Puerto Rican Students Managing After Hurricanes

Hurricane Irma and Maria wreaked havoc on the Caribbean and the southern part of the United States last year in September. One island in particular that has massive damage and is still facing the damages of the hurricanes is Puerto Rico. Many students on the Saint Leo campus who hail from Puerto Rico are still… Continue reading Puerto Rican Students Managing After Hurricanes

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Student Veterans of America National Conference

Student Veterans from Saint Leo University attended a national annual conference early in January; Student Veterans of America National Convention 2018 (NatCon) was held from Jan. 4 to Jan. 6 in San Antonio, Texas. The three-day conference was attended by approximately 2,500 student veterans and additional staff; there were 11 Saint Leo students and a… Continue reading Student Veterans of America National Conference

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

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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

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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

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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