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Leo’s love week was once again upon us and romance was in the air. The incessant giggling, the teddy bears, the boxes of chocolate and the couples exhibiting, more than usual, their feelings for each other was definitely a sign that Cupid had found some targets among the Lion community. To celebrate love, The ISA, Intercultural Student Association, partnered with MISO, Multicultural and International Services Office, organized an event on Valentine’s Day in the School of Business’s lobby on Feb. 14. “A Night on Love” Lane is an annual Saint Leo classic. Edna Hernandez, a sophomore majoring in business management…

Leo Love Week, one of the busiest weeks on the Campus Activities Board’s calander, has officially wrapped up. After hosting events like “A Night on Love Lane” and “Wax Dipped Flowers,” CAB completed the school week’s events with a Roller Rink Party on Feb. 16 in the SCC boardrooms. The event was specially designed with the sole purpose of entertaining the Lion Community. After a long week of studies and class, students needed an activity to cool off their brains and the Roller Rink Party provided that feeling of relaxation that was greatly needed. The students would gather on a…

Two Classes create Textbooks for their Studies With six weeks on the spring 2018 calendar already marked off for University Campus students, fall 2017’s Immunology and Academic Writing I students are still left lauding the accomplishments of last semester. The fall semester 2017 Immunology course under the tutelage of Dr. Sergiy Borysov, associate professor of Biology, created a text from which future students could draw insight and understanding on the course titled, “A Tale About a Hidden Antigen.” The students took part by compiling different topics related to Immunology and synthesizing them in a way that the layman and the…

The library is full, the sound of students reiterating formulas and notes can be heard around the campus as students get in last minute revisions. This can only mean one thing; it’s exam time! Whether it be a class exam, a midterm exam or final exam, students should buckle up and prepare themselves for late nights, early mornings, and finding places and ways to study and revise effectively. Studying can be hectic, and for some, it can be humdrum. Therefore it’s vital that one be educated about their learning style/s which can assist them in studying efficiently in a way…

On Wednesday, Feb. 7, The Campus Activities Board proved that it was definitely not short on events for the Saint Leo family. CAB converted the SCC Lobby into the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The event, entitled “Hollywood Walk of Fame Stars,” presented the Lion community with the opportunity to craft stars with their names on it in reference to the real ones located in Los Angeles, California. The available icons that could be featured on the stars were: a disc for the music industry, a camera for the movie industry, and a TV for the television industry. The students would…

Among the radio waves, in between popular, rock, and country stations, lives Saint Leo University’s very own radio station. The University began its journey to build a broadcast studio for the students and faculty on campus in 2015 when a rare opportunity presented itself: a window opened to file for a radio station. The University quickly filed for the ability of starting a station, as an opportunity like that may never have occurred again. Within eighteen months, a studio was built on main campus, and transmitters and antennas were in place so as not to interfere with other nearby stations.…

Name: Celine-Deon Palmer Major: Political Science and Economics Class standing: Sophomore SGU position you applied for: Vice President of Operations What experience do you have which makes you qualified for the position you’re running for and a better choice than your opponent(s)?  I have a myriad of experiences; firstly, I currently sit on the Board of Senators for Student Government Union. Therefore, I have first-hand experience of how Senate Meetings are run as well as the process of guiding clubs and organizations to get SGU recognized. I have shadowed and am currently shadowing the current Vice President of Operations, Mikael Coleman. I have…

Name: Skylar Heyward Major: Middle Grades Education Class standing: Freshmen SGU position you applied for: Vice President of Activities What experience do you have which makes you qualified for the position you’re running for and a better choice than your opponent(s)?  Although I am only a second-semester freshman, I have always been a highly active member on campus. The clubs and organizations that I take part in here have strongly aided in developing my leadership and organization skills, both qualities of which a VPA needs. Not only have I just been on the several trips hosted by CAB, but I have also helped run…

Name: Jessica Weaver Major: Marketing Class standing: Junior SGU position you applied for: Vice President of Activities What experience do you have which makes you qualified for the position you’re running for and a better choice than your opponent(s)?  I have been involved with the Campus Activities Board since my sophomore year here at Saint Leo. I started as a committee member for Traditions Committee and currently am part of the CAB executive board as the Traditional Programming Assistant. These experiences have allowed me to gain a leg-up for this position because I can relate to both the committee and executive board members in…

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