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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Who pays the tab on Valentines Day?

February 4, 2019

Who pays the tab on Valentines day?

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OLLU ranked no. 19 in top online colleges

January 23, 2019

By Erica Guevara Our Lady of the Lake University is ranked No. 19 among the top online colleges for school counseling by SAN ANTONIO, TX- OLLU offers a completely online formatted degree for a Master’s degree of education in school counseling. This program is designed to enable students to become an effective and influential […]

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‘Fat Pig’ to be performed at OLLU

October 19, 2018

Under the direction of professor Antoinette Winstead the theatre company will perform the 2004 comedy ‘Fat Pig’ written by Neil LaBute this November. The cost is $3 for students and $8 for general admission. Performance dates were unavailable at press time. According to Winstead ‘Fat Pig’ is a comedy about “Tom who falls in love […]

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Auditions For The Play, Fat Pig

August 22, 2018

OLLU holds auditions for Fat Pig on Aug 23 & 27 – break a leg!

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Film Night At OLLU

May 1, 2018

By Roberto Camero III Our Lady of the Lake’s Digital Film I and II students had the opportunity to spotlight their films during the annual student film festival in Thiry Auditorium on Friday. The audience had the opportunity to ask the directors questions after the films had been shown, as well as partake in a […]

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Art On Display At Senior Exhibition

April 10, 2018

By Roberto Camero III SAN ANTONIO– Senior exhibitions are events that give Our Lady of the Lake University students the ability to show off their work. It is a moment at the end of their undergraduate that allows reflection and admiration as such is the case with Jesus Ybarra. Jesus Ybarra, a graduating senior here […]

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Black Coffee: No Sugar, No Cream

March 1, 2018

By Erica Guevara SAN ANTONIO—Love Black History Month? The Saints Productions Board (SPB) is hosting their Black Coffee: No Sugar, No Cream event on February 27, 2018 in Providence West Social Room at 7 p.m. This free event is in honor of Black History Month. It is a open mic event that allows people to […]

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Gaming Disorder, Should You Worry?

February 8, 2018

By Paul Marquez SAN ANTONIO— College is all about time management. For many college students that may include gaming. Gaming is another form of entertainment. Allowing players to spend more time engaged in multiplayer matches than homework. According to World Health Organization they have classified “Gaming disorder” as a mental issue this year.   College […]

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