Entertainment

Oscar Predications By Lake Front Staff

March 3, 2018

By Destiny Camacho and Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—The 90th Annual Academy Awards airs March 4, 2018. The ceremony will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel starting at 7 p.m. on ABC. The Academy Awards are otherwise known as the Oscars, which is the nickname for the golden statuettes handed out to the winners. A Brief […]

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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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ESports Are On The Rise

March 2, 2018

By William Moriarty SAN ANTONIO—Move over football there’s a new favorite in town, the world’s fast-growing sport is live video gaming. Esports, consist of a variety of video games, all of which require nimble fingers and quick reactions to succeed. As with traditional sports, fans follow teams, watch matches and attend finals. The most common […]

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Best Games To Play As A Couple

March 2, 2018

By J.C. Wollslager SAN ANTONIO—Valentine’s Day is upon us, and couples everywhere are coming up with new and creative ways to spend time with each other. It’s impressive the number of things you can do when you go out into town. You could go bowling, maybe a stargazing picnic, or even a lovely dinner for […]

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A Brief History About The Day Of Love

March 2, 2018

By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—It’s celebrated annually across the globe, but do you know the origins of this popular holiday? Every Feb. 14 candy, flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones. Let’s step back in time to explore where these traditions began. The history of Valentine’s Day and its patron saint is shrouded in […]

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How To Begin Writing An Essay

March 2, 2018

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—The most daunting thing is looking at an empty document knowing that it somehow has to turn into a five-page essay with cited sources and thoughtful insight. Often you’re thinking that after taking 18 hours that the only thoughtful insight you have is that you read the book and kind […]

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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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Black Panther Fighting Racism?

February 20, 2018

By Paul Marquez SAN ANTONIO—Marvel’s Black Panther appears to be what our divided country needs right now. The United States is deeply separated regarding racism. According to SACURRENT, a San Antonio reporter was racially attacked. Attacks of racism appear to be on the rise across the country. San Antonio can be considered a minority city, […]

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Tuesday Just Got Fun

February 15, 2018

By Stefanie Fairweather   SAN ANTONIO—Want to have fun and win free stuff every other Tuesday? The Saints Productions Board are will debut their new Turn Up Tuesday event on February 13 during community hour. SPB wants to revamp their image and get more actively engaged with the campus community. SPB’s mission is to coordinate and […]

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Budget-Friendly Halloween Outings

October 31, 2017

By Bianca Garcia SAN ANTONIO—October in San Antonio means more than trick-o-treating on Halloween. The city holds attractions, activities, and many other affordable adventures around town for all ages at zero to minimal costs during the festive month. Bills add up, and the extra money usually goes towards food, books, and other necessities needed to […]

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