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Software Developer – The Job of the Future?

  The position of a software developer is one of the best-paid positions in the computer industry. Despite the high salaries, there are still not enough programmers in comparison to the demand for computer software. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2014, the median annual pay for a software developer was equal to… Continue reading Software Developer – The Job of the Future?

Campus News

Dedication to Press Produces 10 Years of Success

  YellowJacket Press -Gianna Russo’s labor of love- celebrated its 10th anniversary this past November. YellowJacket is a non-profit, independent, small, local press that was founded and is currently headed by Saint Leo University professor, Giana Russo. This small press is dedicated solely to publishing poems. In fact, it has published 30 chapbooks from 30… Continue reading Dedication to Press Produces 10 Years of Success

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Top 5 Upcoming Video Games of 2016

   Dark Souls 3: The “Souls” series will be winding down this year with what is technically the fifth game in the series. “Dark Souls 3” will feature the same gameplay elements and extreme difficulty as the other games in the series, but will be adding some new weapons and combat styles to keep the… Continue reading Top 5 Upcoming Video Games of 2016

Campus News

Kazual Begins Black History Month Celebration

Artistry and music are formed in infinite unique ways, and when Kazual performed their version of a capella on February 2, students witnessed an incredible show. A capella is a form of music that creates sound without the use of instruments, typically created with the sole use of one’s voice. This group is no garage… Continue reading Kazual Begins Black History Month Celebration

Campus News

Aja Monet at Literature for Lunch

On Feb. 3, the up-and-coming poet Aja Monet visited the University for the Literature for Lunch presentation. She shared some of her work and talked with students who enjoy literature as well as aspire to become poets themselves. Monet is a graduate of the Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College and later earned her MFA… Continue reading Aja Monet at Literature for Lunch

Campus News

“The Future of National Security: a talk by General Barry McCaffrey”

On Nov. 19th, National Security expert and retired four-star General Barry McCaffrey came to Saint Leo University and gave an insightful discussion on National Security and the challenges that the world has to face in the coming years. General McCaffrey has had an extensive military career. He served as commander of the 24th Infantry Division… Continue reading “The Future of National Security: a talk by General Barry McCaffrey”

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Into the Insanity of the Asylum

Classic jump scares and human monstrosities are a great way to start off October, especially with games like “Outlast,” a game that can brighten any horror fan’s night on the PC. The game is made by the independent company Red Barrels, a gaming studio that focuses on “single-player, downloadable games.” “Outlast” revolves around the mysterious Mount Massive… Continue reading Into the Insanity of the Asylum

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5 Famous Haunted Houses Around The World

Ghosts, insanity, and unexplainable deaths are in all corners of the world, and these Top 5 explore the creepiest hauntings and paranormal activities known to humankind. From America and Scotland to the West and Japan to the East, no place is safe from the supernatural. A beautiful house with a strange design and a dark… Continue reading 5 Famous Haunted Houses Around The World

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Winter Break: Time for Fun, Sleep and ANIME

The holiday season has brought about a new wave of anime for all types of fans, ranging from comedy to horror. And with the holiday breaks coming around, there is a lot of time to catch up on what’s new or binge watch the entire series. Tokyo Ghoul revolves around modern-day Tokyo where the city… Continue reading Winter Break: Time for Fun, Sleep and ANIME

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The Weird, the Creepy, and the Science

The Carnivore, an animal that feeds on flesh…check. The Omnivore, who feeds on plants and other animal…check. The Herbivore on the other hand, let’s take a closer look into the supposed plant-eating animals. The animal kingdom is very cut-throat when dealing with adaption and survival-of-the-fittest, but the food web is a lot more intricate. Prey… Continue reading The Weird, the Creepy, and the Science