Daily Archives: December 11, 2017

The lack of fairness in our world has become an epidemic in human history being passed from generation to generation. As time elapses, this flagrant disregard for justice has most likely not gotten any worse but, unfortunately, it also has not gotten any better. Despite this grotesque phenomenon of society, one thing that has changed from yesteryear is the passion the people possess to lobby against these wrongful doings. Individuals are no longer afraid to stand against the abuse of human rights and stand for what is right. On Monday Dec. 4, the Global Studies Club sponsored an event titled…

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…

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