Day: October 1, 2015

Business Etiquette Dinner A Learning Experience

October 1, 2015

By Aria McGee SAN ANTONIO—Attending the Business networking dinner was such a useful experience, and if you did not go to the one this week, be on the lookout for the one in October. Now, the purpose of me going was to ask the employers if they could tell me some things that students looking […]

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Mexican American Studies Receives Facelift

October 1, 2015

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—The Mexican American Studies program recently went through a revitalization process. The new program, which was renamed as Comparative Mexican American Studies (CMAS), was updated and is getting a fresh start this semester. According to Aimee Villareal, Ph. D., Assistant Professor and Program Head of the CMAS said that the […]

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Basketball Jersey In Hall Of Fame

October 1, 2015

By Kimberly Yosko SAN ANTONIO—Courtney Bayliss, who grew up in Australia, never thought that her basketball jersey would end up in a hall of fame in the United States. However, earlier this year, her jersey from her two seasons on the OLLU Women’s Basketball team was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in […]

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Freshman Survival 101

October 1, 2015

By Kimberly Yosko SAN ANTONIO—To all of the freshmen that are at the Lake for the first time, I would like to say a big Welcome and I hope you enjoy your years as a college student. To help you get started, I have some helpful tips that can be beneficial to you, especially in […]

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Greek Unity Growing On Campus

October 1, 2015

By Vanessa Faticaty SAN ANTONIO—The Lake Greek Council was established on the OLLU Campus in the summer of 2013. This organization joins all six of the Greek organizations on campus promoting unity between the service based sororities and fraternities, while recognizing common values and principles. This includes: In order of establishment at OLLU; Epsilon Sigma […]

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Residence Life Finds Room For All

October 1, 2015

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—The first thought on most people’s minds when they think of college is packing up their bags and moving to a new place. Residence Life offers students a change to live close to campus and expertise the thrill of living on their own without all the adult responsibilities that follow. […]

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Students Create New Tradition

October 1, 2015

By Jasmine Mendiola SAN ANTONIO—“Wings Up” is becoming a new tradition that was made possible by three students who wanted to make a difference at Our Lady of the Lake University. Newly elected Student Government Association President Chris Robinson, and student leaders Cooper Rendon and Taylor Lauer spent most of their summer working at OLLU […]

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Improvements On Lake Begin

October 1, 2015

By Justin Chatman SAN ANTONIO—One of the qualities of Our Lady of the Lake University is the ambiance of the Gothic architecture buildings and the lake adjacent to the campus. However, in the summer of 2015, the Elmendorf Lake went under construction. In 2012, voters from the City of San Antonio approved a bond of […]

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Cinemaniacs: Back To School Once Again

October 1, 2015

By Alejandra Navarro and Chelsey McClain SAN ANTONIO—Cold weather is fast approaching, school is starting and with the workload from classes it’s always nice to relax with a good movie. This month there is a movie for everyone, even though not every movie genre is right for everybody, these back to school suggestions might help […]

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OLLU Hosts Inaugural Meet

October 1, 2015

By Danny Lopez SAN ANTONIO—Our Lady of the Lake University’s cross country team hosted its first meet last weekend at the Windcrest Golf Club in Windcrest, Texas. The meet was a combination of getting together with Drury Inn, the City of Windcrest, Texas, and OLLU to make this possible. This is a big accomplishment, and […]

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