Author: Jeremy Falkner

RSO Leadership Summit: Building future leaders of tomorrow

February 27, 2019

SAN ANTONIO — Students leaders from various clubs on campus gathered in the Providence West Social Room Friday Feb. 22 for the Recognized Student Organization Student Leadership Summit hosted by the Student Government Association and the Student Leadership and Development office. Junior and Secretary of the Worden Social Work Organization Jaime Nicholson said, “I decided […]

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OLLU’s shockingly high numbers revealed in financial wellness survey

February 27, 2019

SAN ANTONIO — On Feb. 19 the Student Success Department brought in Senior Research Analyst Kasey Klepfer of Trellis Survey Corporation to host a financial wellness informational session for Our Lady of the Lake University students and faculty regarding student finances. In the session Klepfer went over various topics like emergency funds, paying for school […]

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President Trump M.A.G.A. rally in El Paso TX

February 13, 2019

SAN ANTONIO — President of the United States Donald Trump held his first re-election rally of 2019 in El Paso, TX Monday, Feb. 11 at the El Paso County Coliseum. Supporters began lining up at the Coliseum as early as 8 a.m. As the line of supporters continued to grow, they were entertained by guest […]

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OLLU students join the masses to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

January 23, 2019

SAN ANTONIO — The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. annual march in San Antonio kicked off at 10 am on Monday, January 21, 2019, from the Martin Luther King Jr. Academy on the city’s east side. It is estimated that approximately 300,000 marchers gathered to celebrate the legacy left behind by the great Dr. King […]

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San Antonio son announces Presidential bid

January 18, 2019

By: Jeremy Falkner SAN ANTONIO — Surrounded by family, friends and a massive crowd of supporters former San Antonio Mayor and the Obama administration’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro announced his run for the Democratic Presidential nomination on Jan. 12 for the 2020 election. Introduced by his mother, Chicano activist Rosie Castro […]

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A tribute to “Mr. 1K”

December 4, 2018

SAN ANTONIO–Many may know senior basketball star Darion Brown as “Mr. 1K” or by his extravagant hair flying down the court for the Our Lady of the Lake University’s basketball team. However, Brown is more than just an elite player on his way to play professional basketball; his captivating personality has touched the lives of […]

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Duty, honor, country, and sacrifice

October 28, 2018

SAN ANTONIO — Many people see Veterans Day as a day for a barbecue, a day off from work, or the occasional “thank you for your service” to known veterans. However, for veterans of the U.S. armed forces, it’s much more. It’s a day of remembrance of all the good and bad times, a day […]

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Gina Ortiz Jones: From West Side Graduate to ​Congressional Candidate

October 15, 2018

San Antonio — The Congressional candidate for District 23 Gina Ortiz Jones has proven that hard work and dedication can bring change to the community. Jones has faced many battles and obstacles in her life from helping her mother through a fight with cancer to battling the naysayers in politics on Capitol Hill. Jones’ biggest motivator […]

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Veterans turn your memories into a lifetime digital memoir

September 17, 2018

SAN ANTONIO – No matter which branch of service or how many years served, every veteran has a special story to tell. Most stories are full of triumph, joy, and endless life experiences. An up and coming non-profit organization called “S.I.Gnature” is here to help veterans save that special experience by coordinating the Veterans History […]

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From the halls of battle to the battle of the halls.

August 27, 2018

By Jeremy Falkner SAN ANTONIO — For veterans the transition out of the military to college can be a difficult one. Veterans are used to a systematic lifestyle with set schedules, predetermined tasks, and following or giving orders. When a veteran begins to make the crossover all that is thrown out the window and feel […]

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