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What Most Students Do After Graduation

College graduation is quickly approaching. Before the date snuck up on seniors, they were all encouraged to visit career services to figure out life after college. Campus student surveys of 2012-2016 showed an average of 30% of people planned to go on to graduate schools, including Saint Leo University. Graduate school refers to a school… Continue reading What Most Students Do After Graduation

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Government Impacts on 2017 Hurricanes

In the United States of America, the government was actively involved with assisting the public with the most recent hurricanes in 2017. The government responded to several hurricanes; such as Irma, Harvey, and Maria. Theses hurricanes largely impacted the country and surrounding areas; and the government had to play a major role in mending the… Continue reading Government Impacts on 2017 Hurricanes

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Have Humans Become the Problem?

There have been a lot of mass murders within the recent years; humans are becoming more violent over time. People keep carrying out mass shootings, injuring and harming many people. These murders are premeditated, either they are a result of anger leading to the action immediately, or it is the result of an incident that… Continue reading Have Humans Become the Problem?

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Addicted to Social Media?

Think about how many toddlers you see in public that use a tablet or even toddlers in your own family. Although parents give their children tablets to keep them entertained, their social life is compromised. Kids are picking up on social skills today that are being forced upon them. Spending hours obsessing over games and… Continue reading Addicted to Social Media?

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What major should Saint Leo add to the curriculum?

Of the seventeen fields of study, Saint Leo University Main Campus offers approximately over forty majors and over fifty minors. A few popular majors being: Accounting, Business Management, Biology and Criminal Justice. Each of these also have further specializations for students interested in a certain area of these studies. Though a relatively small institution, Saint… Continue reading What major should Saint Leo add to the curriculum?

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Does Hollywood Remake too Many Classics?

Remake this, remake that. Remake seems to be that buzz word we all think of these days when some of today’s hottest movie trailers are released. It is no secret that Hollywood has this crazy obsession with remaking movies or coming out with sequel after sequel, after sequel. It seems like a never-ending trend that… Continue reading Does Hollywood Remake too Many Classics?

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Popular Vote: The Simpler Way to Elect a President

Electing the President of the United States seems like a simple process. It’s Election Day. You go to the polls and cast your vote for president. Then the votes are tallied up, and the candidate with the most votes wins. Except it doesn’t work that way. The United States elects its president using something called… Continue reading Popular Vote: The Simpler Way to Elect a President

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Hate Speech Should No Longer Be Protected Under the First Amendment

With the rising suicide rates, we need to be more mindful than ever about how we speak to each other. Words have power, and people need to be held accountable for the words they choose to use. Hate speech and racism should not be protected under the first amendment because it undermines the foundation of… Continue reading Hate Speech Should No Longer Be Protected Under the First Amendment

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Dogs on Food Stamps?

Recently there has been a petition put up to extend food stamps to cover things such as dog food or cat food. So far, it has garnered lots of support, with 234,000 signatures on Care2. However, the petition has also sparked controversy. Millions of people are on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as… Continue reading Dogs on Food Stamps?