Campus News

Education Knows No Age

When most people are thinking about retirement, Joyce Marshall is thinking about a new career. Marshall, who is 71 years old, is currently a junior at Saint Leo, studying at the Madison Center located in Madison, Florida. Madison is located approximately three hours away from University Campus, near the Florida-Georgia border. Saint Leo University is… Continue reading Education Knows No Age

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International Women’s Day

Mar. 8 commemorated International Women’s Day and the University took the opportunity to capitalize on the day. Teachers and students both took the chance to show their enthusiasm. The event was held in the Greenfelder-Denlinger Boardrooms and ran from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Food and drink were provided as a variety of presentations were… Continue reading International Women’s Day

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“Monsters Come in Many Forms”

In director Robert Eggers’ film “The Witch,” audiences are confronted by the darkest corners of not only their minds, but of the world around them. The film centers around a family of seven that are banished from their village and set off to found a homestead in the nearby wilderness. As a side note: it… Continue reading “Monsters Come in Many Forms”

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Fight for Survival: Far Cry Primal Review

It is 10,000 B.C. and a tribe of early humans needs a leader. “Far Cry Primal” is the latest instalment in the acclaimed Ubisoft franchise and, while satisfying, does have its share of flaws. Players take control of a prehistoric human named Takkar on their quest to unite their tribe, the Wenja, and survive the… Continue reading Fight for Survival: Far Cry Primal Review