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Whether you’re red, blue, or purple, go out and vote!

November 6, 2018

Turning 18 this past summer opened up a window of opportunities for me that I have been looking forward to for years. I was excited to have less work constrictions, more freedoms and most importantly, the opportunity to vote.  I am not the most politically involved however, I do know the issues that are important […]

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Ofrendas Adorn Main Building

November 1, 2018

Beginning the week of October 29 you might have seen the new additions to the first floor of the main building, a number of paintings and portraits of people and pets adorned with flowers and paper. This is part of the Dia De Los Muertos tradition observed by many Hispanic communities during this time of […]

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Spooky Decoration Takeover

November 1, 2018

By Gerardo Zalvala Halloween fever has swept through the halls of OLLU, and the ghostly spirit thrives as the door decorating contest commences to showcase terrifying, yet amazing features that get the community into the Halloween spirit. Different departments had the chance to showcase their decorating skills as their offices went head to head in […]

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The political stance in ‘Fat Pig’

November 1, 2018

The play ‘Fat Pig’ by Neil LaBute opened November 2 at Our Lady of the Lake University. The 2004 comedy is being directed by professor Antoinette Winstead and demonstrates a sense of hypocrisy in society for the audience. According to freshmen actor David Urdiales “there can be a lot of interpretations of the message. Every […]

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Bottle caps saved to help battle cancer

October 31, 2018

Cancer is a disease that everyone has heard of and most likely knows a person who has battled with it. Unfortunately the costs for treatment add up quickly and can be quite expensive for those who need it the most. However one member of the OLLU faculty and staff has found a way to help […]

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Where can Students Vote After Early Voting

October 30, 2018

Santiago Reyes SAN ANTONIO TX– November 3 marked the end of early voting. This was the only time students were able to vote without their registration card at any polling station within Bexar county. If you missed early voting and your address is listed as the Our Lady of the Lake University Campus you will be […]

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