SAN ANTONIO – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and one San Antonio nonprofit organization offers free services to women currently fighting cancer. SLEW Cancer Wellness Center is a San Antonio nonprofit agency helping uninsured and under-insured women fighting cancer. SLEW, which stands for Support Lending for Emotional Wellbeing, is the only […]
SAN ANTONIO — Students at Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) now have a third eating option which offers extended hours. Located inside the University Wellness and Activity Center the new eatery, 24th Street Subs is open all day Monday thru Friday from 11 am to 8 pm. Making […]
As the only university in San Antonio and South Texas with a competitive cheer and dance program in the NAIA, OLLU Cheer earns NCA Nationals bid. SAN ANTONIO – In a brief time as head cheer and dance coach, Crystal Brock and Assistant Coach Gabe Guel have catapulted the coed […]
OLLU alum, Lo’Ron Smith and men’s basketball assistant coach, David Smith (facemasks were briefly removed for photo).
SAN ANTONIO — One Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) alumna is living her dream performing one gig after another, with her latest coming from non-other than TikTok. After viewing a casting call on @SaturdayMorningTV, Josey Porras, gave it a shot and landed the voice of Ely on Saturday […]
SAN ANTONIO — Cameron and Christian Fields will be members of the 2021 Commencement Class of Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) and will receive their Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. The Fields twins are from Kerrville, Texas. They arrived at OLLU as transfer students in 2018 from Howard […]
SAN ANTONIO — International student, Zërina Shatri, who arrived at Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) in 2017 only having literary skills in her native language will graduate in May. Shatri, a kinesiology major, will be part of the spring 2021 graduating class. She is from Istog, Kosovo and […]
SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Lake University’s last teaching Sister of Divine Providence is nearing the end of a distinguished career. After 41 years, Sister Margit M. Nagy, CDP, Ph.D., Professor of History, will be transitioning to another role next fall. “I won’t be teaching full-time next year,” […]