Free Resources Readily Available To Suit Students’ Needs

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By Bianca Garcia SAN ANTONIO—Did you know Our Lady of the Lake University offers free resources to assist students in reaching their educational and career goals? The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) is a judgement-free zone and houses several student resources available to suit student’s needs. ACE has a Math […]

Library Makes Exciting Changes

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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 […]

The Loss Of Professionalism: Students In The Workplace

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Story Audio By Monique Cortez SAN ANTONIO—College students often act unprofessionally in work study environments, or in some cases, at their actual job as well. The lack of work ethic could be the result of numerous occurrences, such as surroundings, peers, and the structure of the overall job. An interview […]

New Librarian Enjoys Campus Community

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By Ida Hernandez SAN ANTONIO—New Assistant Professor/Research and Instruction Librarian, Darby Syrkin, began working at OLLU on October 5th and she is excited to be here. She comes with lots of experience in libraries and is looking forward to enhancing library services and information literacy instruction on campus and online.Darby […]

New Library Fee Promises More Resources, Innovation

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By Angelica Casas SAN ANTONIO, TX—Library Dean Judith Larson loves Google, but admits not everything can be found on the world’s most popular search engine. “Libraries will be around for a long time because of that,” Larson said, “Just maybe not in the format they’re in now.” Because libraries are […]