San Antonio — As the seasons begin to change and the weather, Fall Fashion emerges once again. Several street Fall fashion trends have emerged within San Antonio and Our Lady of The Lake University. Fashion Model Tiana Williams and OLLU Fashionista Trinity Rodriguez discuss this year’s Fall 2021 Fashion Trends. […]
Student Government Association President Rosa Hernandez (right) and Vice President Rachel Dziuba (left) showing us the perfect wings up as proud student employees to celebrate the new pay raise.
Photo courtesy: OLLU Admissions office
OLLU campaign raises $55 million for student scholarships and restoration of beloved Sacred Heart Conventual ChapelPublished on :
The Sacred Heart Conventual Chapel gets placed on National Registrar of Historic Places SAN ANTONIO – On Nov. 4, Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) announced that a campaign started in 2017 had raised millions of dollars to go towards student scholarships and the restoration of historical building on […]
SAN ANTONIO – Founders Week is approaching once again at Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) to celebrate and honor the Founders of OLLU, The Sisters of Divine Providence. Gloria Urrabazo, vice president of Mission and Ministry, tells us the importance of Founders Week. “It is important for us, […]
SAN ANTONIO — Our Lady of the Lake University student, Monica Schlueter, thinks the Our Lady of the Lake University COVID policies need some adjusting. “I’m a PhD student and in the last two weeks this is my third request to come to campus to receive a COVID test and […]
SAN ANTONIO- New laws in several states, including Alabama, Connecticut and Texas, took effect on July 1, allowing student-athletes to sign sponsorship deals and make money off their name and image. Collegiate athletes are now able to back up their talent with cash and professional sponsorships. This move from the […]
Former OLLU student-athlete, Jose Diaz hits
a homerun at a home 7-inning game.
Photo by Catalina Sanchez
SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) honors the memory of students, alumni faculty, staff and family members who have passed away due to the COVID-19 pandemic at a citywide celebration of Dia de Los Muertos in downtown San Antonio. Also known as “the Day of the […]