Bernie Sanders rally in El Paso

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SAN ANTONIO— Bernie Sanders, Democratic Presidential candidate, launched his Texas Campaign on February 22, in El Paso, Texas, at the Abraham Chavez Theater. Residents of El Paso arrived early in hopes of getting a place in line before the cut off several people allowed to enter. The Chavez Theater filled […]

Valentines day spending

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SAN ANTONIO – Valentine’s Day is a day of love, chocolates, flowers and for some an empty wallet. According to the National Retail Federation, “the average consumer will spend $161.96 for Valentine’s Day.” According to the National Retail Federation for the past 12 years, the number of people participating has […]

The El Paso border: is it safe?

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SAN ANTONIO — Imagine a place of culture, a true assessment of the historic background of how the United States was built. The borderland highlights Hispanic culture and immigration. Located 552 miles west from San Antonio is El Paso, the sixth largest city in Texas. On Feb. 11 current President […]

Improv acting for students

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Santiago Reyes San Antonio- Looking for something to do with your spare time? Join The Denials, a group that gets together and participates in improvisation acting every Saturday. The group is made out of volunteers including some Our Lady of the Lake University students. The group is free to join […]