Author: Gabriela Cavazos

Providence Guides Sisters

April 13, 2016

By Gabby Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—When Our Lady of the Lake employee, Mari Flores, attends graduation next month she will have two very special graduates in the crowd: her two oldest daughters. Attending college with family simultaneously is common, but uncommon for two sisters graduating in the same class, with the same major, and with a […]

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Success On The Menu

April 7, 2016

By Gabriela Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—College students are predictable people. Most have a life consisting of school, cheap food, and weekend fun, but mainly cheap food. With these lifestyles OLLU students are creating food hot spots, or popular places to eat around the campus. Below is a list of these popular places and night clubs with […]

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Crowning Ms. OLLU

March 15, 2016

By Gabby Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—Lauren Luna gives a Lake Front exclusive about her thoughts of winning the title of Ms. OLLU. Catch her on the OLLU float at the Fiesta Flambeau Parade next month.

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OLLU Baseball Using Experience For New Season

February 4, 2016

By Gabriela Cavazos SAN ANTONIO, TX—Our Lady of the Lake University baseball is a little older and wiser as the second season of conference play arrives. The Saints come into the season with a better understanding of each other, philosophies of the coaching staff, and experience of conference play that creates a potent recipe for success. History was made when the team completed […]

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OLLU Women’s Basketball Highest National Ranking In S.A. History

January 21, 2016

  By Gabby Cavazos   SAN ANTONIO—Achievements and a level of high excellence has become a new normal for the Our Lady of the Lake University Women’s basketball since Christopher Minner acquired the head coach position back in 2012. Last week the team received their highest ranking in Our Lady of the Lake University history […]

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Perez Thankful For OLLU Community

November 30, 2015

By Gabby Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—Providence is one word that sums up senior Esdiy Perez’s journey to Our Lady of the Lake University. With one visit, Perez was immediately captivated by the presence and beauty of the Lake. “I visited the chapel, sat down and talked to God about the journey ahead of me, and felt […]

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MLK March To Stay On East Side

October 22, 2015

By Gabby Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—One of the nation’s largest marches on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day has remained true to its roots by remaining in San Antonio’s historic east side. East side residents became distraught and angered by a recent suggestion by City Council Representative, Alan Warrick, to relocate the march to Hemisfair Park in […]

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Campus Minister Lives And Serves For Students

October 7, 2015

By Gabriela Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—With 14 years experience in campus ministry, Joseph Liedecke has built strong connections with students of all faiths, spiritual journeys, and beliefs. Hired in June of this year as University Minister/Programing Coordinator, Liedecke is optimistic for the new connections that will be created on campus through his open door policy. “Students […]

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Education Major To Use Talents To Better Lives

May 8, 2015

By Gabriela Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—As the fall 2015 semester rolls to a close, graduating seniors reminisce about the highs and lows of their college experience. For one graduating senior, graduation means new adventures and possibilities. Stephanie Gutierrez, an early childhood education major, chose Our Lady of the Lake University to supply her with the necessary […]

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Considering Greek Life Controversies, Values

May 1, 2015

By Gabriela Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—Greek life has been in the news frequently this school year for allegations and problems that range from racism, sexual harassment, violence and hazing-related injuries to even deaths. Sigma Alpha Epsilon has been in the media spotlight recently for a nine-second video that surfaced on YouTube of members of the Oklahoma […]

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