By Gabriela Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—Accomplishments racked up last year for the Our Lady of the Lake University softball team, especially for two members of the team. Senior Captain Kat Arocha and Lori Gutierrez, a sophomore, received an invitation that few college athletes receive. American International Sports Team has invited Arocha […]
By Astrid Villegas SAN ANTONIO—Good vision is important in any sport, including baseball. But freshman Chance Evans from Tarkington, Texas was born with a congenital cataract that blinded him completely in his right eye, and the condition has not stopped him from playing on the Saints baseball team. “I would […]
By Desirae Martinez SAN ANTONO—Those dating app commercials that say “there are hundreds of attractive singles in your area” are not lying. What they are lying about is how dating online is easier than dating in the real world. For one week I used Tinder, OkCupid, and Zoosk, and they […]
Desirae Martinez is a senior mass communications major. She has seen many movies and enjoys commenting about them. Martinez especially enjoys the storyline of films. By Desirae Martinez SAN ANTONO—2014 was an ambitious year for movies. Richard Linklater brought his 12-year passion project, Boyhood, to the big screen while Birdman […]
By Brittany Brown SAN ANTONO—Our Lady of the Lake University will soon have a recreational deck in St. Ann’s Courtyard. Construction of the deck began last fall semester. The university’s Physical Plant Office said there is still no set completion date for the addition. San Antonio Pro Decks, a construction […]
By Victoria Arroyo SAN ANTONO—Let us discuss an age-old question that has no right or wrong answer. Do opposite people have an automatic attraction to each other because of their differences? This does not necessarily apply between your significant other; friends can be in the mix as well. For as […]
By Victoria Arroyo SAN ANTONO—About 100,000 adults and children participated in the city’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. March on Jan. 19. Among the many participants were Our Lady of the Lake University students, faculty and staff.
By Rafael Ilano SAN ANTONO—English Professor David Sanor, M.A., went into intensive care on Dec. 29, 2014 at University Hospital, a transitional care facility. As of Jan. 16, he was still hospitalized but his family was looking to transfer him to a rehabilitation center. Sanor was diagnosed last year with […]