If lost, call Tyler the Creator 

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 SAN ANTONIO -To spotlight the album’s project, Tyler the Creator promoted his GOLF le FLEUR 2022 winter collection and tour dates based on his recent Grammy-nominated album, “Call Me If You Get Lost.”  Tyler the Creator’s second U.S. number-one album, “Call Me If You Get Lost,” continues to gain attention […]

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The Hidden Dark Side of Fan Culture

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SAN ANTONIO – In the age of oversharing, platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and more have bridged the communication gap to make fans feel like they are constantly connected to the artists they love, blurring the line of regular admiration to an obsessive one-sided relationship. As the internet has allowed […]

African American music through history

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SAN ANTONIO –African American artists made history and innovated some of the world’s most popular genres of music today. Black music became a resource to promote racial equality and uplift black communities.  Since the discovery of America, the culture of music has developed mainly from African American musicians. During slavery, […]

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 […]

Music Of Many Colors Brings International Flavor To OLLU

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By Bernardo Pegas SAN ANTONIO—The Music of Many Colors event—featuring Indian slide guitar maestro Debashish Bhattacharya—was just one of many events occurring on campus that will have an international flavor. Accompanied by three of his peers, Bhattacharya performed last week with each of his self-invented Trinity of Guitars. The artists […]