Health

Students Weigh-In On Physician Assisted Suicides

February 20, 2018

By Br. Montie Chavez SAN ANTONIO—The last thing most college students want to think about is death. Death is a part of life. But what does that mean for someone who is terminally ill and suffering? Physician assisted suicide is one of many ethical and controversial topics being talked about today. According to Palliative Care […]

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Argument On Abortion

February 20, 2018

By Alexa Saavedra SAN ANTONIO—When dealing with a topic such as abortion, some are pro-choice or pro-life. For those who are against abortion like president of Pro-Life Saints Olivia Garza, they argue that what is in a pregnant woman is a human being, even more, it is her own child. “This is obvious and a […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder On College Campuses

February 20, 2018

By Paul Marquez SAN ANTONIO—Could it be more than college stress affecting you, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) could be to blame. SAD is a type of disorder that is related to season changes. Are you finding it difficult to get up for class in the morning? Has the weather changed your mood? We are reaching […]

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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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Stressed Out OLLU Students

February 6, 2018

By Stefanie Fairweather SAN ANTONIO—College and stress, these words are synonymous to anyone in college. Many students across the nation don’t know the affects stress has on your grades, your mental/physical health, and future. In 2017, records show college students levels of stress are reaching record-breaking highs, according to Psychology Today. According to OLLU Psychology […]

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Water In Moye Hall Restored

October 31, 2016

By Maria Elena Cruz SAN ANTONIO—In an email sent by university communications Tuesday afternoon, officials stated that water has been restored to Moye Hall. This after further testing revealed no actionable levels of lead were detected in the samples taken from sinks that initially caused concerns, as stated in the communication. In the email, the […]

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Cafeteria Health Inspection Faces Minor Bumps

October 22, 2015

By Roberto Camero SAN ANTONIO—The San Antonio Health Inspector visited OLLU’s cafeteria and found a number of minor infractions. The infractions are as follows: Undisposed cup of tea, dripping hot water faucet, broken fridge door, and rodent feces found at the back door of the kitchen. OLLU passed its health inspection with a B+ and […]

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Government Program Provides Free HIV/AIDS Testing For Students

October 2, 2015

By Celeste Delagarza SAN ANTONIO—The Black Effort Against the Threat of AIDS Coalition Trust (BEAT AIDS) and The San Antonio AIDS Foundation (SAAF) partnered with Our Lady of the Lake University to provide free HIV/AIDS testing throughout the month of September. Testing was offered to students in the University Wellness and Activity Center (UWAC). Students […]

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