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Sister Implements Innovative Recruitment Methods

June 5, 2017

By Maria Elena Cruz SAN ANTONIO—Sister Gloria Ann Fielder has done some great things for her faith. Her desire to share the wonderful things God has done in her life has led her to work for many years creating young leaders in the faith. “I noticed that there are a lot of people out there […]

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Post-Grad Book Grabs

May 16, 2017

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—After graduation, there are many thoughts swarming your head. What’s the next step? How do I become a functioning adult? What does it mean to be out of school? I don’t have any of the answers, but I know of some books that do. For some reason or another, when […]

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Rosie Castro Receives PhD From OLLU

May 16, 2017

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—This Spring’s graduation ceremony had a pair of celebrities in attendance. That’s because San Antonio’s favorite twins, Julian and Joaquin Castro, were in attendance watching their mother Rosie Castro receive an honorary doctoral degree during the ceremony. The Castro twins have long credited their mother, Rosie Castro, for instilling in […]

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The Art of Shipping

April 1, 2017

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—There are two sides of the world. The normal people and the nerds. Now this article isn’t going to go all Hot Topic and state “Normal is only a button on a washing machine.” This article is about the rare occurrence that is Fandom and the world it has created for younger […]

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You Get A Participation Ribbon For Reading This

April 1, 2017

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—Millennials. By this point in time, people are extremely tired of hearing this word, this common slander, the epitome of hate for anyone forty and above. But who is a millennial? It was never set clear who a millennial is. So, since –as a millennial- I’m already obsessed with technology, […]

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April

April 1, 2017

Fools

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Skrizzly Adams Brings Hope With Music

March 20, 2017

By Pedro Becerra SAN ANTONIO—For those unfamiliar with aspiring American hero, Skrizzly Adams describes himself as a “twenty-five-year old recording artist from New Jersey” who hopes for success not only in the music industry, but also with his own self-titled beef jerky line.  His sound could be described as a mix of guitars, electronica, hip-hop, […]

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Library Makes Exciting Changes

March 20, 2017

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—If you’ve been to the library lately, you’ll notice new furniture; however, after talking with librarian Judith Larson, the furniture is just the beginning of big changes ahead. Over the next five years, the library is planning to implement a renovation plan that will improve all three floors of the […]

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Athlete Of The Month

March 10, 2017

Kane Ybarra The men’s golf team completed the San Antonio Shootout with a fifth place finish. After two rounds, the Saints were tied with Murray State College, but the Saints kept their place, while Murray State dropped to eighth place. OLLU co-hosted the tournament at the TPC San Antonio Canyons and Oaks Courses with Oklahoma […]

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