Editorials

What You Should Be Reading This Summer

May 1, 2018

By Chloe M. Brown Summer is around the corner and the to be read pile is growing. Whether you are wanting to read the hotest new books or you’re just looking for a good read, here’s a list of books that you should pick up to read poolside or take with you on your vacation. Let’s […]

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Life After Graduation

April 30, 2018

By Stefanie Fairweather SAN ANTONIO—As graduation approaches the question of “what’s next?” continuously comes up. Upcoming graduates are continuously being asked “what are your plans after graduation? Graduate School? Work?” these pestering questions are making the last few weeks of their undergraduate career much harder. Many Our Lady of the Lake graduates are preparing themselves […]

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Is Listening To Audiobooks Really Reading?

April 12, 2018

By Chloe M. Brown There has been some debate on whether listening to an audiobook should count as reading. The classic arguments are that you are not sitting down reading the book, there is no physical book in your hands, how can this be considered reading? However, let’s challenge the classical view and understand why […]

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To Arm, Or Not To Arm: That Is The Question?

March 27, 2018

Our Lady of the Lake Political Science Professor shares her perspective on the proposal that would allow teachers to carry guns on campus

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Why Your Textbooks Are Important

March 2, 2018

By Alexa Saavedra SAN ANTONIO—Will the professor even use the textbook? Can I pass the class without it? A new semester means new textbook request from our professors. We dabble on the idea if we should or should not spend the money on the textbook listed on our course syllabus. I’m sure we’ve all had […]

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The Real-Almost-First Female President

March 2, 2018

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—Who do you think of when you think of the first woman to come close to being president? The answer is probably Hillary Clinton, but there is another lady that came before her. Everyone should know the name – Shirley Chisholm. This woman is a powerhouse of accomplishments. In 1968, […]

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Fasting During Lent

March 2, 2018

By Paul Marquez SAN ANTONIO—As a Catholic university, Our Lady of the Lake offers many opportunities to study and share your faith. Ash Wednesday will occur Feb. 14, which also is the start of Lent. Lent is a time of reflection and fasting during which you abstain from activities and certain foods. Lent this year […]

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Trump’s Issue With Chain Migration

March 1, 2018

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—On Jan. 31, President Trump made his State of the Union Address where he took time to talk about chain migration. The issue of immigration has always been a platform for President Trump; this comes as no surprise to anyone who watched his rallies with supporters shouting “Build a wall” […]

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OLLU Students For DACA

February 22, 2018

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—The Trump Administration is looking to phase out the DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, program. The program currently has 800,000 people enrolled, according to the DACA website. The DACA program was created by former president Barack Obama. Many people who are enrolled in DACA are concerned about their status […]

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Why Your Textbook Should Be More of A Priority Than Your Valentine.

February 1, 2018

By Alexa Saavedra SAN ANTONIO—Will the professor even use the textbook? Can I pass the class without it? A new semester means new textbook request from our professors. We dabble on the idea if we should or should not spend the money on the textbook listed on our course syllabus. I’m sure we’ve all had […]

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