Day: March 30, 2015

Cinemaniacs: Are Live-Action Disney Princess Movies A Good Thing?

March 30, 2015

By Desirae Martinez SAN ANTONIO—It’s a tale as old as time: Hollywood has run out of ideas so they’re rebooting classics. While the pattern has been to remake horror, superhero, and 80s movies, Hollywood is going to a place that seemed almost untouchable: the Disney vault. The latest remake of these, Cinderella, opened at number […]

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Philosophy Professor Finds Comfort Of Doubt In Study

March 30, 2015

By Astrid Villegas SAN ANTONIO—The walls in Dr. Jorge Valadez’s office are empty, but his mind is not. With a simple question regarding philosophy, one can uncover a glimpse of his very accomplished life. Valadez, a professor of philosophy, lives his life with simplicity and curiosity. His Yale doctorate lays on his desk along with […]

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The Consecrated Among Us: Sister Margit Nagy

March 30, 2015

By Angelica Casas SAN ANTONIO—In 2013, Pope Francis declared the 2014-2015 Catholic liturgical calendar to be the Year of Consecrated Life. At Our Lady of the Lake University, there are many consecrated among us, especially next door in the Our Lady of the Lake Convent. Each month this spring, The Lake Front will introduce you […]

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A Revisit Of The Word ‘Feminism’

March 30, 2015

By Astrid Villegas SAN ANTONIO—Feminism, according to the dictionary, is the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. Some put it in simpler terms: the advocacy of equal rights for all. Only 20 percent of Americans consider themselves feminists, according to an article by the Huffington Post, […]

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Ayotzinapa Student Visits Campus, Caravans Through Country

March 30, 2015

By Rafael Ilano and Angelica Casas SAN ANTONIO—Last year, Mexico experienced a tragedy that has left many unanswered questions and 43 students missing. On September 26, a bus carrying normalist students from a teacher’s college from Iguala in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, was stopped by the local police. The students were on their way […]

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Project Helps Women Heal Through Art

March 30, 2015

By Ruben Renteria SAN ANTONIO—Traumatic events can leave physical and emotional damage for those involved. There is a new group on that campus offers the university community an opportunity to receive support and express themselves artistically. The Women’s Community Healing Project is led by Bianca Sapet, program coordinator for the Center for Women in Church […]

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