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Veteran’s Day Observation Ceremony

December 11, 2019

Gisselle Casarrubias SAN ANTONIO- The November 11th event was held at chapel auditorium and began with an opening prayer, followed by the presentation of colors by the Saint Mary’s University Army ROTC Marian Guard. This year’s key-note speaker, holocaust survivor, Anna Rado did not leave a dry eye in the room as she shared her […]

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Sueltenfuss Carnival

December 10, 2019

Gisselle Casarrubias SAN ANTONIO-The library hosted its 3rd annual Sueltenfuss Carnival in hopes of introducing and welcoming the students to the library and to kick off a new school year. On Wednesday September 18th, the OLLU and San Antonio community gathered for this event at the library lawn where they enjoyed free food and games. […]

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Jobs with the NSA

December 10, 2019

Gisselle Casarrubias SAN ANTONIO- The Center for Career Development & Testing recently hosted an event for students interested in jobs or internships with the NSA. Officials with the CCDT invited officials with the NSA on September 16th to speak to students about the benefits of working for the government.. Ollu student Paul Smith who attended […]

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Pets as Christmas Presents

December 10, 2019

As christmas get closer many people enjoy buying gifts for families and friends but buying someone a pet as a christmas gift might not be the best idea. Buying a pet comes with great responsibility but often times, the pets that were given as gifts end up back in shelters. The excitement of receiving a […]

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El Carnaval de los Muertos

December 10, 2019

El Dia de Los Muertos also known as the Day of the Dead, is a Mexican Holiday  in remembrance of friends and families who have passed. The Day of The Dead has a lot of meaning for many but for others it’s also an opportunity to learn about the culture. Alyssah Gonzales a current OLLU said […]

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Final Calavera Workshop

December 10, 2019

On october 21st the Final Calavera Workshop was hosted by Urban 15 and OLLU at the Library Community room making preparations for El Carnaval De Los Muertos on November 1st that will take place at Our Lady of the lake. Coffee and pan dulce was offered to the participants and activities such as face painting, […]

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Free Swimming Classes

December 10, 2019

Students and staff were welcomed to participate in free swimming classes starting from September 28th at The International Folk Culture Center inside pool. Classes are held on Saturdays from 10am- 11am and Mondays from 5:30pm-6:30pm. The swimming classes are for anyone between beginner and advanced swimming levels and they still receive new members thought the […]

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Health Services at OLLU

December 10, 2019

As the weather cools down illnesses such as the common cold or the flu can be on the rise. Victoria Castro, a current ollu students said “getting sick on campus really brings my energy down both in my academic and  strains my mental ability as well as a student athlete” Getting sick can be an […]

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The Social Justice Living Learning Community

December 10, 2019

Our Lady of the Lake University has a new program starting in the Fall of 2019 for incoming undergraduate freshman students called the Social Justice Living Learning Community. Students participating in the organization move into the third floor of Flores Hall before the standard move-in day and share common classes in their fall and spring […]

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Kutz that lead to fresh beginnings

December 5, 2019

SAN ANTONIO – Jefitos Kutz opened its doors in February of 2019 with a mission to give more than just a great haircut. Barber and Manager Ricardo Gonzalez Jr., known as “Big Rick” to his clients, wanted to give back to his neighborhood by providing more than just a great haircut. “If you go somewhere […]

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