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Where To Eat During Christmas Break

December 9, 2017

By Lake Front Staff If you are on campus during the holidays, there are some dining options for much of the break. Here is the schedule:

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Student Internship In France Teaches Lessons To Last Lifetime

December 8, 2017

By Maria Elena Cruz SAN ANTONIO—This summer a small group of students participated in a unique internship opportunity made possible by the mass communication department and a generous donation from an OLLU alumnus. Students Chan’Cellore Makanjuola, Alexis Medrano and Maria Elena Cruz traveled to France with a group of pilgrims and formed part of a crew […]

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Air Force Cut Shooter Loose Without Warning

November 7, 2017

By Maria Elena Cruz SAN ANTONIO—Sunday’s killings in Sutherland Springs, Texas was the final chapter in the disturbed life of Devin P. Kelley.  Kelley, a former United States Air Force Airman, had served in the military before being discharged for misconduct and then sent on his merry way.  Kelley went on to shoot dozens of […]

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A Prayer For Our Neighbors

November 7, 2017

By Alex Escobar SAN ANTONIO—While there are many who are still recovering from the tragedy in Las Vegas, disaster strikes again closer to Our Lady of the Lake University in Sutherland Springs, Texas. A gunman opened fire in the First Baptist Church killing at least 26 people and injuring more than 20. The tragedy took […]

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OLLU’s Haunted Past

October 31, 2017

By Gabriel Torres SAN ANTONIO—Do you believe in Ghost? That depends on who you ask, but with the school being over a hundred years old, some people are bound to linger in the halls from decades ago. To this day students still experience hauntings in Pacelli Hall, a residential area for students that live on […]

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A Haunting In Central Texas

October 31, 2017

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—For those out there looking for a good scare tonight, there are plenty in and around San Antonio. The city’s famed haunts are easy to find and could even be right in your own neighborhood. San Pedro Springs Park is rumored to be haunted. Being the second oldest park in […]

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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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Veganism In San Antonio

October 26, 2017

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—Being vegan during the holidays, especially in San Antonio is not easy. As one of the few people on campus that don’t eat meat and the only one in the office that is a vegetarian, I am the now the guru on all non-meat topics. So how does San Antonio […]

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What The Hack?!

October 26, 2017

By Alex Escobar SAN ANTONIO—With National Cyber Security Month almost over in October, Our Lady of the Lake University is hosting a Cyber Security Session Presented by ASSOCIATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS (AITP). Chris Cook started of Cyber Security Awareness month with a presentation in the beginning of the month. Chris is the Founder of […]

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Homecoming Season Has Begun!

October 26, 2017

By Ida Hernandez SAN ANTONIO—Hello Saints! Who’s ready for a weekend of fun? Family, friends, current students, faculty/staff and alumni are welcomed to attend OLLU Homecoming 2017. All homecoming events will begin on November 2 through November 5. Many organizations and departments such as, Saints Productions Board, OLLU Greek Council, Student Leadership and Development, Alumni/Family Relations […]

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