Monthly Archives: November, 2017

by Yvan Lafortune On the Oct. 27, Saint Leo held an event on the SAB Green. The students got to have a little leisure time by participating in a festive fall “Pumpkin Painting” event. “Pumpkin Painting” was one of many events featured during Greek Community Week. As the name implies, the activity consists of individuals choosing a pumpkin and unleashing their creativeness upon the gourd. The choice for color was not an issue, as there was a broad variety of colors at hand. “We are letting students, all Greeks students, any regular students come by,” said the Inter-Fraternity Council, president,…

By: Vincent Pensabene The world has entered into a concussion awareness era, even though there is still valuable information that is unknown about these injuries. A concussion is defined as “a type of traumatic brain injury that interferes with normal function of the brain. It occurs when the brain is rocked back and forth or twisted inside the skull as a result of a blow to the head or body.” These injuries have become common in contact sports, but can also happen in everyday life. “All concussions are serious and the worst thing anyone can do is lie about their…

By Savannah Bendik Greek Unity Week started on Monday, Oct. 23 and continued into Saturday, Oct. 28. There were a variety of events held during the week, one, in particular, being the UGC stepping educational event. Here at Saint Leo, UGC stands for Unified Greek Council and is made up of organizations of the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). Each of the groups within UGC has their own strolls and step routines, which have been passed down through the generations. “Stepping is an art form that African American based fraternities and sororities do; it started…

For many college students, life after Leo is filled with uncertainty or there is some plan for the future. Unlike the domestic students, international students often choose to go back to their home country, though some also decide to stay in America. Albeit the transition between student visa to work visa is not an easy one; it isn’t a process that international students have to do alone. Paige Ramsey-Hamacher, The Executive Director of Student Success, deals directly with international students as well as students who wish to go abroad. She stated that international students do have options after graduating from…

The NFL season is reaching its halfway point, and Fantasy Football playoffs are coming up quick. Now is the time in the season when the matchups are crucial to win since most fantasy leagues start playoffs during Week 14 of the season. There are six teams on a bye this weekend, and that will leave owners scrambling to find replacements to slot into lineups. Here is a list of some of the top sleeper picks for this weekend, many of which can be solid bye week fill-ins for star players. Derrick Henry, RB Tennessee Titans: It is only a matter…

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