Author: Elyssa Tijerina

Take it to go

October 3, 2019

San Antonio- Martin and Irma Bijarro, owners of the M & I Meat and Market grocery store, located at 5106 W Commerce St, San Antonio. They are recognized as a meat shop that also has fresh homemade flour tortillas and delicious breakfast tacos. M & I Meat Market grocery store have a variety of meat […]

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Looking for your calling to God

September 12, 2019

SAN ANTONIO – Since the age of 14 Sister Gloria Ann Fiedler of the Congregation of Divine Providence (CDP) has been dedicated to the school since before it became a university. She graduated from Our Lady of the Lake high school and witnessed as it transformed into a college then to Our Lady of the […]

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Riverwalk restaurant special for all college students

September 12, 2019

SAN ANTONIO – The Riverwalk is notorious for its beautiful city sights and amazing restaurants. There is so much to see at the Riverwalk but one prize location is Café Ole, famous for its hot sizzling Tex-Mex menu. They are at a prime location on the Riverwalk where you’ll be able to enjoy live music, […]

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Two OLLU students attending leadership institute

September 12, 2019

SAN ANTONIO – Approximately 200 non-traditional students attend Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU), they are the student veterans. Some just go to school and continue with their daily lives while other students go and explore what the Student Veterans of America (SVA) has to offer them. The leadership institute is a way to help the […]

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A Journey of a full time mom and student Janet Gutierrez

December 4, 2018

By: Elyssa Tijerina SAN ANTONIO – Janet Gutierrez, a senior from Our Lady of the Lake University, lives in two different worlds. Some don’t see her as a mom, but she is older than she looks. Gutierrez is a non-traditional student, considering that she is 25 years old as well as a single mother to […]

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The Alliance

October 30, 2018

By Elyssa Tijerina SAN ANTONIO – Despite Our Lady of the Lake University being a private Catholic school, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ (LGBTQ+) community on campus continues to grow. For members of the LGBTQ+ community who come from a Catholic bakground it can be hard to open up or even come out […]

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Strike two and you’re out (of housing)

October 10, 2018

By: Elyssa Tijerina San Antonio- It seems that students living on campus at Our Lady of the Lake University have a garbage problem, and if students continue to ignore the rules residents who are caught leaving trash in the incorrect areas will be forced to face the consequences. A number of OLLU students currently living […]

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What’S A Good Roommate?

September 18, 2018

SAN ANTONIO –  College will probably be your first time sharing a space with someone that you do not know. You might have some room-and-board experiences with your siblings, but it can be hard at times when living with someone who does not know about rules or boundaries. Brianna De Leon, a freshman at OLLU […]

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Do all students really get the student discount?

August 28, 2018

By Elyssa Tijerina San Antonio – The Alamo city provides students discounts in many different establishments. Places like; restaurants, bars, movie theaters, clubs, museums, even with special deal packages for sporting events! Yes, San Antonio provides many special discounts for all students, however,  some establishments around the city have a strict rule to provide these […]

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