Author: Santiago Reyes

Tragedy strikes El Paso

September 12, 2019

The city of El Paso suffered a great tragedy, on August 3, a mass shooting at the Cielo Vista Walmart killed 22 people and injured 24 others. Also, among the deceased were 4 children. A city that was once known in the top 10 safest cities in the United States but is now tainted by […]

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Travel opportunities for OLLU students

April 1, 2019

Have you ever had the aspiration to travel and wondered what it would be like to study in another country? As a Student there might be a option you may not always consider. Studying abroad is a great way to fulfill your academic career and explore foreign lands. At Our Lady of the Lake University, […]

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Does president Donald Trump promote white supremacy?

March 20, 2019

  SAN ANTONIO–With the recent tragedy that struck New Zealand on March 15 leaving 50 dead and many more wounded, experts ponder if these tragic symptoms reflect the growing threat of white supremacy in the United States? According to recent reports there is a lot of things that are not known about the 28-year-old man […]

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The El Paso border: is it safe?

February 18, 2019

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 Donald J. Trump commenced his […]

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Improv acting for students

February 12, 2019

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 and improv night events are […]

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Students And Coffee shops: a mach made in heaven

February 4, 2019

Santiago Reyes SAN ANTONIO TX–We have all been there, studying long hours  and puling ‘all nighters’. Why not sit in the aroma of freshly brewed coffee beans, the chatter of live music and the company of a warm beverage.Our Lady of the Lake University students have the luxury of being in close proximity to downtown […]

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San Antonio Martin Luther King Jr. March: largest in the nation

January 23, 2019

Santiago Reyes SAN ANTONIO–San Antonio hosted the nation’s largest Martin Luther King Jr. march on January 21st with approximately 300,000 people in attendance. According to the City of San Antonio, the first march in the Alamo City began in 1987. The 2019 march was the city’s 50th anniversary. Martin Luther King Jr. was the predominant […]

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Home away from home

November 26, 2018

Santiago Reyes SAN ANTONIO TX–The holidays are for family and friends, one international student has found a home away from home. Here at Our lady of the lake University where the idea of family is felt by those thousands of miles away from home. OLLU is consisted of students from all over the country. There […]

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Alumni organizes domestic violence run

November 13, 2018

SAN ANTONIO TX–Do you know anyone who is a victim of domestic violence? Our Lady of the Lake University Alumni Claudia Duran organized a 10 mile walk in El Paso, Texas to bring awareness. The district alternates office has been organizing a walk for victims for the last 11 years. The goal is to bring families […]

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Where can Students Vote After Early Voting

October 30, 2018

Santiago Reyes SAN ANTONIO TX– November 3 marked the end of early voting. This was the only time students were able to vote without their registration card at any polling station within Bexar county. If you missed early voting and your address is listed as the Our Lady of the Lake University Campus you will be […]

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