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Plant invasion update at Elmendorf Lake

October 16, 2019

SAN ANTONIO – The invasive plant, water hyacinth, that took over Elmendorf Lake next to Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) is undergoing removal by San Antonio Parks and Recreation. “San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is collaborating with Transportation & Capital Improvements Storm Water Operations team and the San Antonio River Authority to […]

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Mexican American Student Association (MASA)

October 15, 2019

SAN ANTONIO –  Interested in knowing more about your culture and the culture of the people around you? Students at Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) can join the Mexican American Student Association also known as MASA.  MASA is a diverse association here at OLLU that welcomes not only Mexican-American backgrounds but international students along […]

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The type of traffic you do not want to get stuck in

March 20, 2019

What to look for when going out. Gabriel Torres San Antonio- Did you know Texas is in the top three states with the highest rates of human trafficking according to Humantraffickingsearch.org. The website defines human trafficking as the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labor, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the […]

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Possible Delay on Tax Refunds

February 3, 2019

IRS opens tax season after Government delay Serapio Marquez SAN ANTONIO TX – Alamo College student Adrianna Gomez worries the possible refund delay will affect her ability to take care of her responsibilities. As the government temporary reopens after the longest shutdown in U.S. history the effects are still being felt. President Donald Trump has […]

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San Antonio son announces Presidential bid

January 18, 2019

By: Jeremy Falkner SAN ANTONIO — Surrounded by family, friends and a massive crowd of supporters former San Antonio Mayor and the Obama administration’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro announced his run for the Democratic Presidential nomination on Jan. 12 for the 2020 election. Introduced by his mother, Chicano activist Rosie Castro […]

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Bottle caps saved to help battle cancer

October 31, 2018

Cancer is a disease that everyone has heard of and most likely knows a person who has battled with it. Unfortunately the costs for treatment add up quickly and can be quite expensive for those who need it the most. However one member of the OLLU faculty and staff has found a way to help […]

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Dining Etiquette Workshop

September 24, 2018

By Serapio Marquez San Antonio – Our lady of The Lake University offered Free Dining Etiquette The Center for Career and Development and Testing hosted their dining etiquette workshop. The workshop helped OLLU students with do’s and don’ts when dining in a professional environment. The dining etiquette workshop was a free event for Our Lady […]

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Changes to the C-Store

August 23, 2018

By Sara A. Mckinney SAN ANTONIO– When living on campus and having to stay up to study for exams or to finish homework, students are more than likely to get hungry and want something to eat and snack on. The C-Store is able to give students snacks and frozen dinner that is able to be […]

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Strategic Plan Committee Plans For The Future

April 19, 2018

By Erica Guevara SAN ANTONIO— Our Lady of the Lake will see some changes soon. A committee has come up with a Strategic Plan for what the future holds for OLLU. The Annex Area, that is now a dirt lot due to the demolishing of the Annex building, has been up in discussion for change. […]

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San Antonio Campus Gets Lime Bikes

April 16, 2018

SAN ANTONIO—It is a small thing but as a child you thought it was everything. It symbolized your freedom, a way to travel to a friends house or as far as your parents allowed. The bicycle. A simple form of transportation but helpful and efficient. Recently, Our Lady of the Lake University acquired Lime Bikes […]

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