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What I Wish I Knew When I Graduated

Nicole Alvarez - Special to Lions' Pride During the final months of my last semester, I thought I had everything planned out. I knew what I was going to get a career in. I knew the companies hiring for my dream jobs. But most importantly, I whole-heartily believed that the job market wouldn’t be too bad.… Continue reading What I Wish I Knew When I Graduated

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How to Pursue the American Dream

With students from all around the world, Saint Leo University has a very diverse community. It is a home for students from more than 60 different countries. These international students comprise 13 percent of the University Campus undergraduate community, according to saintleo.edu. Even though the international students came to the United States to study, many… Continue reading How to Pursue the American Dream

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List of Graduates from both the University Campus and Adult Education Centers as of April 2018

Friday Graduates Joanne Abel Josmar Abreu Paulina Acevedo Stefania Aguirre Tia Alexander Lorrie Alfonso Ruth Alpizar Melanie Amyx Jodie Anderson Sandra Andre Guadalupe Arredondo Chelsea August Diana Aurelio Brittnee Ayers Sulai Baddour Katherine Baladi Theresa Barmann Ben Barrington Betsy Barrows Lisa Bevilacqua Desiree Bittner Sefah Boateng Brooke Bracewell Derek Brewer Rick Broadnax Brittney Brown Coretta… Continue reading List of Graduates from both the University Campus and Adult Education Centers as of April 2018

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The Path to Success

Graduating senior Cassidy Whitaker will be the commencement speaker at this year’s undergraduate class graduation. Cassidy is a political science major with a minor in journalism, she has also been heavily involved around campus during her tenure here at Saint Leo. Some of her involvement around campus includes Editor in Chief of the Lions’ Pride… Continue reading The Path to Success

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Be Aware: Take Back the Campus

On Wed. April 11, Green Dot, Counseling & Prevention, and Student Activities collaborated with Sunrise of Pasco to host Saint Leo's annual "Take Back the Campus" event. This event takes place each April, which is Sexual Assault Awareness month. During this event, many organizations on campus came up with different activities that would ensure that… Continue reading Be Aware: Take Back the Campus

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Recycling at Saint Leo

There is a serious problem in the United States concerning recycling. The issue in America is that there is not enough recycling being done across the nation to make enough of an impact. Jose Caban, Associate Vice President for Facilities at Saint Leo University, realizes this issue and is committed to doing something about it.… Continue reading Recycling at Saint Leo

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Saint Leo Celebrates Latin American Heritage Week

The Multicultural and International Service Office (MISO), along with many co-sponsors, hosted a series of events to commemorate Latin American Heritage Week. Saint Leo University is diverse in its student population and this was one of the many opportunities for students to be exposed to another culture. Monday To kick off the week, MISO held… Continue reading Saint Leo Celebrates Latin American Heritage Week

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Looking Ahead with the Provost

As the semester winds down, students and professors alike have begun preparation for final exams, presentations, and for those hard-working individuals that have braved four (or more) years at Saint Leo, graduation. However, one member of Saint Leo University’s administration has just gotten into the rhythm of the work he has cut out for himself.… Continue reading Looking Ahead with the Provost

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Career Services Has Moved!

While one important goal of pursuing tertiary education is to broaden our learning capacity, the utmost objective is to gain the qualifications needed for a prosperous career. Luckily for the students of Saint Leo, the school has thoughtfully dedicated an entire department committed to career development and exploration. In January of this year, Career Services… Continue reading Career Services Has Moved!

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Some Food for Thought

On Monday, April 5, Dr. Monika Kiss, Associative Professor of Mathematics, hosted a “Food for Thought” at the Greek-themed restaurant, Acropolis. Dr. Kiss decided to host this program because, in the past, she had been a regular participant. However, “Food for Thought” had been put on pause for a few years. Once, she heard that… Continue reading Some Food for Thought