Day: March 4, 2019

Sigma Zeta students prepare to present research at national convention

March 4, 2019

During March 21-23, 15 members of the Our Lady of the Lake University chapter of the Sigma Zeta National Science and Mathematics Honor Society will attend the organization’s national convention held at Malone University in Canton, Ohio. Three students will present research at the conference. OLLU Biology Professor Dr. James Hall serves as the the […]

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Moving past trials: OLLU Provost set to become first African American & female President at Bloomfield College

March 4, 2019

By: Joshua Davila Here at Our Lady of the Lake University, Dr. Marcheta Evans, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, can best be characterized by how she decorates her office. The walls are coated with paintings, awards, photos that detail her life through art pieces given to her by former students and staff. […]

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Movie Review: The Prodigy

March 4, 2019

The Prodigy (2019) Rated R Thriller/Horror Time: 1hr 31 mins. It is hard to make a good scary movie nowadays. With that being said, “The Prodigy” lived up to the little hype it received prior to its release. The film is about a young couple whose son is possessed by a serial killer’s soul. The […]

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Sports served all around

March 4, 2019

By: Gerardo Zavala Hearts racing, chests-pumping and the overwhelming surges of excitement consume the gym as students from all around received the opportunity to play the sports of their choice. Starting Jan. 30 the University Wellness and Activites Center introduced intramurals sports ranging from volleyball, basketball and indoor soccer for the sole purpose of the […]

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OLLU RGV gears up for multiple events this March

March 4, 2019

The Our Lady of the Lake University Rio Grande Valley campus in La Feria, Texas is gearing up for multiple events throughout the month of March. On Tuesday, March 5, the school will hold an ice cream social for Bachelor of Social Work students. An ice cream social will also be held for Master of […]

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March Book Review: “Aurora”

March 4, 2019

This month I finally had the chance to read a book that has been on my to-be-read list for quite a while: “Aurora,” by Melissa Haggard (née McCowen). “Aurora” is a collection of prose, poetry and an essay that intertwines nature and words, focusing on regrowth and renewal. I will acknowledge that I graduated from […]

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