Sports

Cross Country Teams Awarded Before Final Race

On Nov. 8, a few of the Saint Leo Lions brought home some hardware as senior Colett Rampf, and sophomore Ronald Cheserek were both awarded as U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Regional Athletes of the Year. Kent Reiber was also named the USTFCCCA South Region Women’s Cross Country Coach of… Continue reading Cross Country Teams Awarded Before Final Race

A &E

A Marvelous Thunderstorm: “Thor: Ragnarok” Movie Review

Everyone’s favorite blond superhero and god of thunder is back on the big screen. Thor’s third adventure features a cast comprised of names like; Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Tessa Thompson and Cate Blanchett as the villain. The opus follows Thor as he battles his way out of the planet Sakaar to save his… Continue reading A Marvelous Thunderstorm: “Thor: Ragnarok” Movie Review

A &E

It Gets Even “Stranger” “Stranger Things” Season Two Review

Netflix has begun streaming the second season of the critically acclaimed television show “Stranger Things.” The series stars several young actors that have proven themselves worthy of praise. Amongst them are; Millie Brown (Eleven) a young girl with mysterious telekinetic powers, capable of incredible feats. “El” (as she is affectionately called), is the product of… Continue reading It Gets Even “Stranger” “Stranger Things” Season Two Review

Campus News

The Perks of Staying On Campus During Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving break is a period many college students excitingly anticipate. Coming down to the homestretch of the fall term, most students are worn-out and many homesick. For these reasons, this week long pause in the semester before final exams is just the breather needed to finish off the term strong. Due to its length, a… Continue reading The Perks of Staying On Campus During Thanksgiving

National News

California Bans Puppy Mills

Behind many of the world’s cutest faces could be a dark past. Puppy mills are very common, and there are thousands all across America. In these institutions, the profit made from selling the puppies are the main priority, even above the well-being of the animals. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals,… Continue reading California Bans Puppy Mills

Campus News

Veterans: The True Heroes

  Saint Leo University observed Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 10, with a commemoration held in front of the “For Those Who Serve” statue. The ceremony saw a large turnout which consisted of students, professors, and military members and their families. Dr. Michael Moorman, professor of Computer Science, commenced the celebration with a few opening… Continue reading Veterans: The True Heroes

Campus News

Deserving Vets Get Saint Leo’s Best

On Thursday, Nov. 9, the University Campus was emblazoned with various forms of appreciation for Veterans that are a part of and around the Saint Leo Community. The Department of Military Affairs and Services, under the direction of Colonel Pamela Martis, stationed several staging areas around the Student Community Center and the SCC Bowl. Representatives… Continue reading Deserving Vets Get Saint Leo’s Best

Editorials

Destroying Future Careers, One “Like” at a Tim

Today, 81 percent of Americans have a social media account in 2017, according to Statista. This statistic is including, but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. These are all components that contribute to being “socially active” in society today. Most people now create their social media accounts as young children and keep them… Continue reading Destroying Future Careers, One “Like” at a Tim

Sports

Brierley’s Efforts not Enough, Lions fall to Florida Southern in Home Opener

After a win and a loss in the first two games of the season in Tennessee, the Saint Leo Women’s Basketball team returned home to find themselves locked in a tough battle against the Florida Southern Mocs. With four players standing at six-foot-one or taller (their tallest player is 6’4”), the Mocs entered the game… Continue reading Brierley’s Efforts not Enough, Lions fall to Florida Southern in Home Opener

A &E

A Search for Answers

Can you imagine finding out secrets about your family history? How about being an elderly individual, who is eager to meet a sibling that you’ve been separated from since a toddler? The documentary "Aida’s Secret" is based on a true story about the life of Aida Zasadisinska. The film stars Izsak Sagi and Shep Shell.… Continue reading A Search for Answers