SAN ANTONIO— In recent years, video game technology nowadays has become popular not only with kids, but also with adults. According to a report from the National Purchase Diary Panel Group, the total consumer spending on video gaming in the U.S. totaled $14 billion in the second quarter (Q2) of […]
OLLU student-athlete breaking records SAN ANTONIO—An Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) cross-country (XC) and track student-athlete has set three school records. Junior biology major Nadia Sifuentes currently has the school record in the 4K with a time of 15:12, the 5K with a time of 18:30, and the 6K […]
Families celebrate Die de los Muertos. Photo courtesy of History.com
A state passed a law that banned abortion after six weeks SAN ANTONIO—Texas recently passed a law in September that bans abortions. On Sept. 1, Texas passed the Texas Heartbeat Act that banned abortion after the first six-week term. “Our creator endowed us with the right to life, and yet […]
Devastation of Haiti hurricane. Photo credit — HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP – Getty Images
After seven years serving the OLLU community, President Melby announces retirement SAN ANTONIO— After being an Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) Saint for a couple of years, the president of OLLU will retire. OLLU President Diane Melby, Ph.D., announced her retirement for July 2022 after serving for seven […]
OLLU professor, Dr. Villarreal, has not only work to accomplish her academic goals, but also for future students.
By Laura Miguel SAN ANTONIO—Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) alumni was one of the guest speakers on the second day of the OLLU Mass Commference 2021. Angelica Casas, senior video journalist for BBC News, spoke to students on Wednesday, April 27. The session highlighted about her college experience […]