Author Christine Cocheo

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 Girl”) and her marriage with James, played by Jason Clark (“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”) Gina’s mother and father were killed in a car accident when she was ten, which left her blind, though her sister seemed to have no physical impairments following…

Disclaimer: The following story, photos, and accompanying items are fictionalized and are part of Saint Leo University’s Alternate Reality Learning Experience (ARLE). The events described did not occur. The characters are fictional, and any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental. On Nov. 3, a highly anticipated verdict was reached in the trial of the century: the case of the Estate of Lee Harvey Oswald vs. ACME Insurance. In a heated debate, the plaintiff fought for Lee Harvey Oswald and his family. ACME Insurance refused benefits to Oswald’s wife, Marina, due to her husband’s alleged murder of…

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 comes viewing the presidential interviews and debates. In watching these, many people are surprised to find themselves agreeing with the party they do not consider to be their own. Though an opposing party will still say many things you do not agree with, you may…

By: Christine Cocheo On Tuesday, Oct. 17, the SCC Boardrooms were abuzz with conversation. The Green Dot Melting Pot ran from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and was run by Magdala Saint-Louis and Aubrey Hall, two key members of the organization, and supported by the Black Student Union, who helped with set up and advertising for the event. “[Green Dot] is an amazing group of people,” remarks Andrew Rashaad of BSU about Green Dot’s staff. Green Dot is an organization dedicated to starting conversations about and ending violence, focusing on dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.  Saint-Louis, Green Dot…

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