Author: Lake Front News

Elmendorf Lake plant invasion update

November 7, 2019

City workers have been seen making an effort to rid the invasive plant water hyacinth, that invaded Elmendorf Lake right next to Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU). “They waited so long to do it, it wouldn’t have been as invasive as it is right now if so that should be a lesson to […]

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Safety for everyone event

November 7, 2019

By Bianca Garcia SAN ANTONIO- On Tuesday, Oct. 9, The Student Government Association and The Student Leadership Development Office (SLD) came together with the Our Lady of the Lake (OLLU) community for their “Safety Awareness for Everyone” event in the St. Anthony’s Courtyard. Faculty, staff and students came together to spread awareness on bullying, hazing, […]

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Poems by Jada V. Freitag

October 18, 2019

Roses as Betrayal  The soil that you grew from was sour  killing those around you Sharpened thorns that cut those around you Your beauty controlled and drew those near Only to trap them in your hold You stand strong and tall Red petals darker than the blood we bleed from But the soil you grew […]

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Striving to change lives

May 5, 2019

By: Gerardo Zavala Jr. Throughout his college career, senior and Social Work major AJ Cortez fell in love with Our Lady of the Lake University, and made the most of his college life through the memories he made with his friends and family, as well as discovering new aspects of life that he grew to […]

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Changing lives one toy at a time

April 16, 2019

By Gerardo Zavala Fate has never been more unpleasant than for the families and children whom spend their days living in detention centers waiting for that spark of hope for a normal life to loom before them. Through this, children are required to mature in the harsh elements of detention centers and are not given […]

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Quicker tan, longer side affects? Are UV tanning beds worth the glow?

March 25, 2019

Students and physicians go back on forth on whether or not tanning beds are something students should look into for the upcoming summer months By Natalie Fazio SAN ANTONIO – With summer fast approaching, many students are trying to figure out how they are going to get their summer glow with the changing Texas weather. […]

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Moving past trials: OLLU Provost set to become first African American & female President at Bloomfield College

March 4, 2019

By: Joshua Davila Here at Our Lady of the Lake University, Dr. Marcheta Evans, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, can best be characterized by how she decorates her office. The walls are coated with paintings, awards, photos that detail her life through art pieces given to her by former students and staff. […]

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Sports served all around

March 4, 2019

By: Gerardo Zavala Hearts racing, chests-pumping and the overwhelming surges of excitement consume the gym as students from all around received the opportunity to play the sports of their choice. Starting Jan. 30 the University Wellness and Activites Center introduced intramurals sports ranging from volleyball, basketball and indoor soccer for the sole purpose of the […]

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OLLU Mass Communication students share experience after attending MAGA rally as emerging journalists

February 18, 2019

By: Natalie Fazio, Erica Guevara, Serapio Marquez, Danielle Ojeda, Santiago Reyes and Gabriel Torres With their morning starting around eight, OLLU Mass Communication students Jeremy Falkner and Santiago Reyes waited in line for hours to enter President Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again Rally” held in El Paso, Texas. The event was hosted Feb. 11 […]

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Poll: Give your feedback on the State of the Union Address!

February 6, 2019

For those that may have not been able to see the event live here is a link to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4oRX0F9ek0 Leave your comments below for any additional information wanted on the State of the Union Address.

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