Who pays the tab on Valentines Day?

February 4, 2019

Who pays the tab on Valentines day?

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Whether you’re red, blue, or purple, go out and vote!

November 6, 2018

Turning 18 this past summer opened up a window of opportunities for me that I have been looking forward to for years. I was excited to have less work constrictions, more freedoms and most importantly, the opportunity to vote.  I am not the most politically involved however, I do know the issues that are important […]

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The Significance of Taking Sociology Courses

August 27, 2018

By Hope Winningham SAN ANTONIO—“I want students to be happy with their degree and have jobs that make them happy” Dr. A says early Monday morning. Many students may be wondering what is offered at Our Lady of the Lake and what can help one build social skills.”These courses can go into a lot of […]

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The Importance Of Will and Grace

June 8, 2018

By Serapio Marquez SAN ANTONIO—Self-acceptance is important. As college students we face all kinds of choices. There will be times when your morals or choice of life style may be questioned. For those who of are LGBTQ, the issue appears more often. Being able to see an individual’s representation on TV is important. The return […]

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Movies To Watch This Summer

May 1, 2018

By Destiny Camacho and Chloe M. Brown Summer is probably one of the best times for movies in the United States, with so many major studios releasing anticipated films between the months of May and August. Listed below are just a few of the films hitting theaters this summer. Life of the Party (Comedy) DC: […]

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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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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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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 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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