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Stephanie Garza: Close To Home

May 4, 2018

By Stefanie Fairweather Stephanie Garza is a transfer student from Northwest Vista community college who has overcome many obstacles to attend OLLU. After coming from community college, Garza realized the importance of staying close to home to be with her family. “Family is incredibly important to me, I did not want to be far away from them because […]

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Mahalaleel Muhammed-Clinton: Art In The Heart, Producing In The Brain

May 4, 2018

“I like to say I have paint in my veins and charcoal in my bones.” By Amber Chavez Mahalaleel Muhammed-Clinton or as her friends call her Mali, entered OLLU during the fall of 2015, she transferred from Fordham University, and walked through the doors apathetic at first, but soon fell in love. Originally from Los […]

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Stefanie Fairweather: Being An Out-of-State College Student

May 4, 2018

Her advice to other out-of-state students and her plans after graduation

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Chloe Brown: Descending Into Chaos

May 4, 2018

By Destiny Camacho I have had the pleasure of knowing Chloe Brown for the majority of my college education. There have been moments throughout the journey where we’ve both had enough of each other’s company but somehow, we’ve managed to make life work. Most people say we’re like an old married couple and honestly if […]

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Celeste Pineda: The Journey Continues

May 4, 2018

By Destiny Camacho Celeste Pineda’s college journey began like everyone else, a hopeful freshman making her way into a new chapter in life. She joined Our Lady of the Lake as a psychology major in 2005. Pineda’s goal was to become a counselor or a therapist. After four years of not liking her classes, not […]

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Chan’Cellore Makanjuola: A Four-Year Journey

May 4, 2018

By Chloe M. Brown Graduation is a long hard road that senior Chan’Cellore Makanjuola is happy to be at the end of. Makanjuola is a Mass Communications Digital Film student at Our Lady of the Lake and is graduating with her Bachelor’s degree in May. Despite her busy schedule not once has Makanjuola complain about […]

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Why Should You Read Your Email?

May 2, 2018

By Alexa Saavedra SAN ANTONIO – Aside from phone calls and text messages Our Lady of the Lake (OLLU) insist that students stay connected through their school email, Marquita Aldridge campus News and Information Editor said, “e-mail is our most efficient way to get an important message across to the OLLU community.” The campus uses […]

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The National Rifle Association

April 13, 2018

  Why Is It So Powerful? By Celeste Pineda   The National Rifle Association of America, also known as the NRA, is a nonprofit organization that advocates for gun rights. Col. William C. Church and Gen. George Wingate founded the organization in 1871. The NRA was originally designed to support and promote rifle shooting by […]

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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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One In The Chamber: Debate Over Gun Control

March 1, 2018

By Roberto Camero III SAN ANTONIO—In recent years, gun control seems to be a hot topic in America as both sides of the debate seem to take strong stances in opposition of the other. While it can be clear to see that there are precautions to help cut down on the amount of guns being […]

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