A &E

An Emotional and Confusing Journey of Becoming Aware the World In A New Way

Originally released at the Toronto International Film Festival last year, "All I See Is You" hit theaters on Friday, Oct. 27. It was directed by Marc Forster ("World War Z") and written by Sean Conway ("Shameless.") "All I See Is You" is an indie psychological drama that focuses on Gina, played by Blake Lively ("Gossip… Continue reading An Emotional and Confusing Journey of Becoming Aware the World In A New Way

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The Origins of a Blockbuster Series: “Assassin’s Creed Origins”

On Oct. 27, 2017, Ubisoft's latest entry in the Assassin's Creed series was released, "Assassin's Creed Origins." "Origins" is the tenth installment in the Assassin's Creed series, and the first installment since the 2015 "Assassins Creed Syndicate." "Origins" was highly anticipated due to its setting and impressive trailer at 2017's Electronic Entertainment Expo. Luckily, it… Continue reading The Origins of a Blockbuster Series: “Assassin’s Creed Origins”

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All Aboard for “Murder on the Orient Express”

When purchasing a movie ticket to "Murder on the Orient Express," viewers board the train for an hour and fifty-four minutes of mystery and crime. The movie "Murder on the Orient Express" is based on the beloved 1934 Agatha Christie novel by the same name.  It is the third adaptation of the novel made as… Continue reading All Aboard for “Murder on the Orient Express”

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Getting Ahead of the Crazy: Netflix’s “Mindhunter”

On Oct. 13, Netflix released "Mindhunter," a new crime drama from the mind of David Fincher. A sleeper hit, the show released to rave reviews and a very positive fan and critical response. The show is based on the autobiography and life of Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent John E. Douglas. The story revolves… Continue reading Getting Ahead of the Crazy: Netflix’s “Mindhunter”

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Flicker: Niall Horan’s First Solo Album

Niall Horan is most famous for his role as singer/guitarist in boy band, One Direction. The band lasted from 2010 to 2015, and the five members have since went their own ways to do other projects. Horan has separated into his own solo career as a musician and has just recently released his first solo… Continue reading Flicker: Niall Horan’s First Solo Album

Campus News

The Secret in the Wings: Revealed 

On Friday, Nov. 3, Saint Leo black box theater had its first showing of “The Secret in the Wings,” a play by Mary Zimmerman. The play was directed by Dr. Alicia Corts, the Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy, who was also the music director of the show.     “The Secret in the Wings” is a play that combines lesser-known… Continue reading The Secret in the Wings: Revealed 

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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

Editorials

The Faults of the Two-Party System

America is More Colorful Than Red and Blue Observing how your parents vote and speak about candidates is very influential. As an adult, it is easy to find yourself affiliated with the same party as your parents. Becoming more interested in politics and social issues is a common part of growing up, and with that… Continue reading The Faults of the Two-Party System