Preteen Fiction "The Red Pyramid" ("The Kane Chronicles" #1) by Rick Riordan: Carter and Sadie Kane are brother and sister, and Egyptian magicians. The Kane siblings learn about their Egyptian heritage as well as Egyptian gods, goddesses and culture in this complete trilogy. "Aru Shah and the End of Time" ("Pandava Quartet" #1) by Roshani… Continue reading Book Recommendations: Mythology
Pirates have made an abundance of appearances in the past in the gaming industry. Whether they were enemies players had to deal with, or characters players have controlled, pirates are a fun topic on which to base a game. However, there haven't been too many pirate games where the player can be themselves and roam… Continue reading A Sea of Disappointment
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
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?
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
Real Madrid vs. Juventus 4/11/18 On Wednesday afternoon Real Madrid came out on top to qualify for the Champions League semifinals as they managed to score a late winner to beat Italian side Juventus. Cristiano Ronaldo was the hero once again, scoring a penalty deep in stoppage time to send his side through to the… Continue reading Champions League Update from 4/11
A historic, unexpected turn of events occurred during this week’s Champions League fixtures. We had AS Roma against Barcelona, and the English derby with Manchester City versus Liverpool. AS Roma vs. FC Barcelona Starting Line-ups: Ter Stegen, Alba, Umtiti, Pique, Semedo; Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta, Sergi Roberto; Dembele, Suarez, Messi Starting Line-ups:Alisson. Manolas, Fazio, Juan Jesus,… Continue reading UEFA Champions League Update
Embry Riddle Distance Classic (Friday 4/6) On Friday, April 6, two members of Saint Leo Men’s Track team traveled to Daytona to compete in the Embry Riddle Spikes Classic. In hot and humid conditions freshman Tadgh McGinty and graduate student Joshua Sickinger competed in the 3,000m steeplechase. The two Lions completed the podium with a… Continue reading Lions’ Track Takes on Embry-Riddle Spikes Classic
It sure was a tough weekend series for the Saint Leo Lions’ baseball team. A squad that usually sweeps others got a taste of what it feels like to get swept themselves. The red-hot Lions have only been swept twice this year. Those games being against Nova Southeastern and University of Tampa the weekend of… Continue reading Tough Weekend for Lions’ Baseball
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!