Pandemic fatigue: coping with stress and anxiety during COVID

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By Danielle Ojeda  San Antonio- At Our Lady of the Lake University some students may feel sick, not from coronavirus but, from the stress of dealing with a pandemic while receiving an education.  Since March, local city leaders have enforced stringent measures in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 […]

Viral videos that celebrate October 1

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By Danielle Ojeda SAN ANTONIO – Thousands of individuals took to social media to honor Oct.1 as the official  start of spooky season. This content would typically be recognized as ordinary, but witnessing Michael Myers and Jason dancing to cumbia and playing cards adds a touch of Halloween spirit. Here […]

A presidential debate like no other

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By Danielle Ojeda San Antonio- On September 29, 2020, at 8 p.m. (CST) America was witness to a presidential debate that was like no other in electoral history. Presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Joe Biden, responded to each other with personal jabs and name calling throughout the entire 90-minute debate. […]

Valentine’s Day events around San Antonio under $5

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SAN ANTONIO – It is not every year that February 14 lands on a Friday and San Antonio is taking advantage of events to celebrate Valentine’s Day all weekend long. Here are a few couple and single-friendly ideas to take part of this year for $5 or less! Valentine’s Traffic […]

Dorm-life hacks every college student needs to know

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SAN ANTONIO – Transitioning to a college living arrangement usually means downsizing to one bedroom that suddenly becomes your entire house. With this kind of change, it is uncanny for students to get creative and make use of space in the most efficient way, especially on a college budget. Thankfully, […]

Carnaval de los Muertos

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SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) is presenting a series of workshops dedicated to highlighting Hispanic heritage, arts and culture. Campus clubs and organizations are working together to host these events throughout October, concluding on Nov. 1, Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos). Carnaval […]