Author: D. Camacho

Destiny Camacho is a senior at Our Lady of the Lake University majoring in Mass Communications with a focus on Multimedia Journalism. She began working with The Lake Front in Fall 2016. She is currently the co-editor of the Lake Front.

San Antonio Campus Gets Lime Bikes

April 16, 2018

SAN ANTONIO—It is a small thing but as a child you thought it was everything. It symbolized your freedom, a way to travel to a friends house or as far as your parents allowed. The bicycle. A simple form of transportation but helpful and efficient. Recently, Our Lady of the Lake University acquired Lime Bikes […]

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March Madness In San Antonio

March 14, 2018

By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—This year is San Antonio’s tri-centennial and it is also the year that the NCAA Men’s Final Four return to the Alamodome. The weekend is jam packed with events that will entertain everyone. The NCAA March Madness Music Festival will be held from March 30 – April 1, 2018 at Hemisfair […]

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Dining Hours For Spring Break

March 6, 2018

SAN ANTONIO—If you are staying on campus over the break the hours for OLLU dining services for the week were sent out through your OLLU email.   Spring Break Dining Hours Friday, March 9 Sister Annie B’s Cafeteria – open normal breakfast hours until 2 p.m. Saints Café – closed Saturday, March 10 and Sunday, […]

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Oscar Predications By Lake Front Staff

March 3, 2018

By Destiny Camacho and Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—The 90th Annual Academy Awards airs March 4, 2018. The ceremony will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel starting at 7 p.m. on ABC. The Academy Awards are otherwise known as the Oscars, which is the nickname for the golden statuettes handed out to the winners. A Brief […]

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A Brief History About The Day Of Love

March 2, 2018

By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—It’s celebrated annually across the globe, but do you know the origins of this popular holiday? Every Feb. 14 candy, flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones. Let’s step back in time to explore where these traditions began. The history of Valentine’s Day and its patron saint is shrouded in […]

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Update On Lake View Residence Hall

December 11, 2017

By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—Students returned to campus this semester with anticipation. They hoped that they would be living in the new Lakeview apartments residence hall, with delays in construction the dorms were not completed by the time students returned. This led to a series of updates and a few mishaps. During the Thanksgiving break, […]

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A National Debate, Should They Stay Or Go?

September 21, 2017

By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—Statues and monuments across the United States are disappearing overnight. The Confederacy that was memorialized in stone and metal is now a source of violence and hate. It all started in 2015 when a mass shooting in a predominantly black church occurred killing nine people. The shooter posed with the Confederate […]

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Active Shooter Survival Guide

December 5, 2016

A Step-By-Step Guide on what to do should there be an active shooter on campus. By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—In light of recent events on campus and around the country, there is a need for students and faculty to know what to do in the event of an emergency situation. This semester we have had […]

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The Best Haunted Houses In S.A.

October 12, 2016

Attractions that are sure to give you a fright By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—Ghouls and goblins emerge to haunt the streets of San Antonio once more. San Antonio is one of the best cities to visit year-round with ghost tours that take you through the streets of downtown. Things get a bit more haunted come October. […]

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