The history of lumpia

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SAN ANTONIO – The Filipino dish, lumpia, was a dish that evolved from the Chinese spring roll that spread vastly across Southeast Asia and now the globe.  Although lumpia technically originates from Fujian, China, it was brought to Southeast Asia by Chinese traders as early as 7-13th century in the […]

San Antonio community fridge- giving back is right around the corner

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by Amadeo Rivas San Antonio- Leslie Rivera, a local San Antonian who works for a non-profit AIDS-service organization, created an aid initiative last month by placing a community refrigerator in downtown San Antonio. The 31 year old sought to help the San Antonio community members who have been affected by […]

The life of Mexican wedding cookies

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SAN ANTONIO- Have you ever heard of the phrase Mexican wedding cookies? Those who are not familiar with the Hispanic culture may not know what a Mexican wedding cookie is. Despite popular belief that they originated in ….., the original recipe came from the Middle East. Through trading and exploration, […]

Homecoming Season Has Begun!

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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 […]

HalloWing In The Cafe

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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.  

New Chef Promises Quality And Exciting New Dishes

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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 […]

Success On The Menu

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By Gabriela Cavazos SAN ANTONIO—College students are predictable people. Most have a life consisting of school, cheap food, and weekend fun, but mainly cheap food. With these lifestyles OLLU students are creating food hot spots, or popular places to eat around the campus. Below is a list of these popular […]