Author: Serapio Marquez

Finals may keep some students from voting

April 14, 2019

College students lack motivation in mayoral election. San Antonio, TX – The mayoral election is fast approaching but some college students are not on board. Our Lady of the Lake University students are divided on this mayoral election. The election will be held on May 4, 2019, the same week as students prepare for finals. […]

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Four reasons why District Four will see Adriana Garcia running for San Antonio City Council

April 1, 2019

Out Lady of the Lake University Professor of Marketing Adriana Garcia, Ph.D., hopes to use her community based actions on District 4 of San Antonio. As South San Graduate Rey Saldana will be leaving the city council due to term limits, the position opens for Garcia to show everyone why she is the right candidate […]

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OLLU Says No To Guns

March 25, 2019

Recent tragedy raises gun control question on college campus SAN ANTONIO— Gun control continues to be a hot topic of debate after the March 15 Christchurch shooting in New Zealand that killed at least 50 people. This shooting is the deadliest massacre in New Zealand history. The United States has seen several attacks in recent […]

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Career Services hosting job & career fair

February 20, 2019

Our Lady of the Lake University welcomes over 30 employers for job fair. SAN ANTONIO – For current seniors, graduation is just a few months away. For those graduating seniors and other student looking for a job or internship stop by Career Services located in Main 123 to receive help obtaining that job. Former Graduate […]

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Coffee with cops.

February 12, 2019

Serapio Marquez San Antonio- The Our Lady of the Lake University police department is hosting their annual event Coffee with the Campus Cops Feb. 19 in main 128 during community hour. The OLLU community is invited to get to know university police officers, understand what UPD offers and voice any concerns.

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Possible Delay on Tax Refunds

February 3, 2019

IRS opens tax season after Government delay Serapio Marquez SAN ANTONIO TX – Alamo College student Adrianna Gomez worries the possible refund delay will affect her ability to take care of her responsibilities. As the government temporary reopens after the longest shutdown in U.S. history the effects are still being felt. President Donald Trump has […]

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Student Discount On Spotify And Hulu

June 8, 2018

By Serapio Marquez SAN ANTONIO—Summer has officially set in with temperatures in the upper 90’s in South Texas. You should be out at the beach, traveling, and doing those summery things that make break so much fun and stressing over funds for entertainment should not be on your mind. With limited funds, some students are […]

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The Importance Of Will and Grace

June 8, 2018

By Serapio Marquez SAN ANTONIO—Self-acceptance is important. As college students we face all kinds of choices. There will be times when your morals or choice of life style may be questioned. For those who of are LGBTQ, the issue appears more often. Being able to see an individual’s representation on TV is important. The return […]

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Ways To De-Stress For Finals

April 12, 2018

By Serapio Marquez SAN ANTONIO—Every semester around April your stress level increases. That research paper you’ve been avoiding, a final project you need to work on with a group to complete, add on the stress of studying for finals and you’ve got an emotional disaster. “My stress level increases for the next few weeks leading […]

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Facebook Caught Collecting Users’ Information

April 5, 2018

Facebook and Instagram which is owned by Facebook collect users’ online activity, something to consider when using social media.

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