Author Chynna-Rose

On Jan. 31, The Math Club of Saint Leo University presented “Math Club’s Panel to Success.” The free event was held in the SCC Boardrooms at 6:30 p.m. and was sponsored by Alumni Relations and Career Planning Services. “The Math Club got this idea from a conference that they attended last year August in Chicago”, said Dr. Monika Kiss, a professor of mathematics and advisor of the Math Club who has been advising the math club for about 13 years. “This event is one of the biggest Math Club events this year,” expressed Caitlin Walsh, a sophomore psychology and mathematics…

Nothing brings students together better than sharing a few good laughs. On Jan. 17, the Campus Activities Board presented comedian “Samuel J. Comroe.” The free event was held in the SCC Boardrooms at 7:00 p.m. Comroe, a Los Angeles native, is a stand-up comedian who performs at major clubs and colleges all over the world annually. Comroe said that his career started when he was “seventeen years of age in high school.” Comroe never expectated to be a comedian because he was a “shy little boy.” His comedy career had a lot of growth because of his Tourette’s syndrome, which…

On Nov. 30, The School of Arts and Sciences and The Department of Language Studies and the Arts presented “A Saint Leo Christmas” an annual holiday music event. The concert took place in the Black Box Theatre in the Benedictine Hall at 7 p.m. and was organized and directed by Dr. Cynthia Selph, Director of Saint Leo Singers and Chamber Singers and Assistant Professor of Music. This was Selph’s eighth time assisting with the event. “A Saint Leo Christmas is annual event on campus and normally takes place this time of the fall semester,” explained Selph. “This event was planned…

On Nov. 27, The School of Arts and Sciences kicked off another installment in their Movie Monday Night Series at 7 p.m. In the Selby auditorium. Dr. Thomas Ricard, Assistant Professor for Science in Science Fiction, hosted that night’s event, which featured the sci-fi classic “2001: A Space Oddysey.” “This academic year 2017-2018 The School of Arts and Sciences has chosen a theme of the 1960s decades,” explained Jennifer Orendorf, Administrator of Events and Special Programs. “Our curriculum and extra-curricular activities are focused on this so that all of our departments are unified in a common effort.” SchOrendorf and her…

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