The Festival That Has Been Shaping San Antonio For 125 Years

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By Bernardo Pegas SAN ANTONIO—In 1891, a group of ladies decorated horse-drawn carriages, paraded in front of the Alamo, and pelted each other with flower blossoms. Little did they know, 118 years later, Fiesta San Antonio would be one of the largest and greatest festivals in America. The festival has […]

How Clean Are The Restaurants Around OLLU Campus?

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By Bernardo Pegas SAN ANTONIO—Health inspectors keep an attentive eye on restaurants to make sure what they are serving is up to code, but that does not mean every restaurant follows the rules. Metro Health considers 31 or more demerits a failing score for San Antonio food establishments. The San […]

A Legit Spring Break Is Just 4 Hours Away

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By Bernardo Pegas SAN ANTONIO—Come March, all college students are asking themselves the same question: Where am I going for Spring Break? This time of the year can mean different things for different people but for college students it is all about partying. Every March, almost like clock work students […]

Holy Rosary Procession Brings OLLU Community Together

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By Bernardo Pegas SAN ANTONIO—On October 7, in front of Main Building, a crowd gathered for a noble cause. With candles and rosaries as their weapons, OLLU students and faculty, together with the Sisters of Divine Providence, marched with conviction while praying for world peace. The image of Our Lady […]

Music Of Many Colors Brings International Flavor To OLLU

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By Bernardo Pegas SAN ANTONIO—The Music of Many Colors event—featuring Indian slide guitar maestro Debashish Bhattacharya—was just one of many events occurring on campus that will have an international flavor. Accompanied by three of his peers, Bhattacharya performed last week with each of his self-invented Trinity of Guitars. The artists […]