Author: Gabriel Torres

Organization Of The Month: Saints Production Board

April 9, 2019

Gabriel Torres Did you enjoy the free comedy shows on campus? What about the live entertainment in the mall area? If you enjoyed all those events this semester, you can thank the Saints Production Board (SPB). SPB is the organization responsible for providing fun events here on campus. They go to conventions and decide what […]

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What do you have to give up

April 1, 2019

Common things people give up for lent. Gabriel Torres San Antonio- Fish, fish and more fish is all you see after Ash Wednesday through Easter Sunday. During this time Lent is observed by many religious people. People who partake in the celebration of Lent give up one thing from their daily routine for 40 days. […]

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The type of traffic you do not want to get stuck in

March 20, 2019

What to look for when going out. Gabriel Torres San Antonio- Did you know Texas is in the top three states with the highest rates of human trafficking according to The website defines human trafficking as the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labor, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the […]

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Podcast Review: Hey Riddle Riddle!

February 28, 2019

Gabriel Torres San Antonio- Are you a lover of podcasts? Then you will love Hey Riddle Riddle! This podcast is about, well, you guessed it: riddles. The cast consists of Erin Keif, John Patrick Conan (JPC) and Adel Rifai, the creator of the podcast. Together all three are known as the Clue Crew. Each member […]

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Looking for a ‘major’ change?

February 20, 2019

Find out what you need to know before switching college majors. SAN ANTONIO – Many students attend a university with a specific major in mind. However, after a few classes they realize it’s no longer the right fit for them and want to change majors. Loren DeLeon began as a biology major before changing her […]

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OLLU staff member gets featured in academic journal.

February 12, 2019

Our Lady of the Lake University’s own professor Dr. Briana Hauff-Salas was one of five featured authors on the article “Biotic stress contributes to seawater temperature induced stress in a site-specific manner for┬áPorites astreoides.” The article was published in the peer reviewed journal “Marine Biology,” an open access journal that publishes original research articles as […]

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OLLU staff member joins San Antonio Business journal.

February 6, 2019

SAN ANTONIO — Our Lady of the Lake University’s very own Adriana Garcia is being featured in San Antonio Business Journal’s list of women leaders. She will also be able to provide mentorship through its ‘Mentor Monday’ program. According to Garcia this program is open to everybody and welcomes any students to attend. The program […]

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Free laughs for all. Local student organization host free comedy shows.

February 3, 2019

Gabriel Torres San Antonio- “How do you have sex with tourettes?” was the first question an Our Lady of the Lake student asked comedian, Samuel J. Comroe at his Jan 28th comedy show held on campus. Comroe, a popular comedian, known to tailor his jokes to his tourettes wowed the crowd with his raw comedy. […]

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OLLU recognizes Henrietta Lacks for dreamweek.

January 22, 2019

Gabriel Torres This Dreamweek Our Lady of the Lake and University of the Incarnate Word hosted a special event to commemorate Henrietta Lacks. Lacks was a mother of five diagnosed with cervical cancer who went for a surgery to remove the tumor from her cervices. Doctors then sent her cells to a research lab without […]

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OLLU hosts social justice reading

January 22, 2019

Our Lady of The Lake University will host a social justice reading open to the public with sergeant Reginald Dwayne Betts on Feb. 18 at 7:00 p.m in Thirty Auditorium. Betts is also a poet and memoirist who will share his life experiences from from being a prisoner to a Yale School of Law Graduate.

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