News

New Dorm Blessing

November 1, 2016

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—The best way to introduce a new dorm on OLLU campus is to hold a blessing ceremony. The new dorm has been under construction since this summer, but on October 27th, OLLU held a blessing ceremony for the new dorm. “I invite you today to look out at that dirt, […]

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No Clowning Around

November 1, 2016

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—There is no lack of coverage on the fact that there are “killer clowns” around the U.S. that are terrifying people this spooky season.  However, what about the real clowns? Juan Santos, or his clown name Chimbi, is a clown in San Antonio at the SA Fantasy Face agency.  He […]

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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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OLLU Celebrates Opening Of New Campus

October 24, 2016

Sisters of Divine Providence continue mission of educating underserved communities By Maria Elena Cruz SAN ANTONIO—Mariachis blared in celebration of the newest Our Lady of the Lake University campus, located in the city of La Feria south of San Antonio in the Rio Grande Valley. The grand opening of the new school was the culmination […]

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Early Voting Ends Today

October 24, 2016

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—Early voting, which started October 24, ends today. For students casting their very first ballot, there are some important dates and times to be aware of. Secretary of State’s website, registered and eligible voters may vote at any early voting location located in the county of residence. To find an […]

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Samsung Not Alone On List Of Major Product Fails

October 21, 2016

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—While Samsung’s global recall of 2.5 million Note 7 smartphones is probably the largest product disaster in recent history, the tech giant is not alone when it comes to major product fails. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the biggest recalls in history. WHEN TAKING TYLENOL COULD KILL YOU […]

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HalloWing In The Cafe

October 21, 2016

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—Selrico is hosting a HalloWing extravaganza October 31st at Sister Annie B’s Cafe. There will be some frightfuly good food and delicious hot wings served from 12-2 p.m. Bring your friends! For more information contact student government at sga.ollusa.edu or email JustinB@selricoservices.com.  

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New Chef Promises Quality And Exciting New Dishes

October 13, 2016

New York Trained Chef Now Heads Food Services By Maria Elena Cruz SAN ANTONIO—For many students, eating at the cafeteria was not necessarily something to look forward to. This year, however, new OLLU Food Service Director and Head Chef Justin Blankenship is changing that. “I came in, after listening to what students had to say, […]

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The Best Haunted Houses In S.A.

October 12, 2016

Attractions that are sure to give you a fright By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—Ghouls and goblins emerge to haunt the streets of San Antonio once more. San Antonio is one of the best cities to visit year-round with ghost tours that take you through the streets of downtown. Things get a bit more haunted come October. […]

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SAPD Officers Face Discipline Over Trump Caps

October 12, 2016

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—A group of San Antonio Police officers is facing disciplinary action after violating city policy when they appeared in a video backing GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The video made the rounds Tuesday after Trump made an appearance in the Alamo City raising money for his campaign. In the video, […]

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