Plant invasion update at Elmendorf Lake

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SAN ANTONIO – The invasive plant, water hyacinth, that took over Elmendorf Lake next to Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) is undergoing removal by San Antonio Parks and Recreation. “San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is collaborating with Transportation & Capital Improvements Storm Water Operations team and the […]

What’s Your Type?

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By Alexa Saavedra SAN ANTONIO— Do you know your blood type? Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) in partnership with the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center invites the community to participate in a campus blood drive being held on Wednesday, April 11, and Thursday, April 12 in the Sueltenfuss […]

A National Debate, Should They Stay Or Go?

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By Destiny Camacho SAN ANTONIO—Statues and monuments across the United States are disappearing overnight. The Confederacy that was memorialized in stone and metal is now a source of violence and hate. It all started in 2015 when a mass shooting in a predominantly black church occurred killing nine people. The […]

7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Mexico, Death Toll Rises

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By Celeste Pineda SAN ANTONIO—A magnitude-7.1 earthquake shook Mexico Tuesday afternoon leaving more than 200 people dead. The earthquake hit just 75 miles southeast of Mexico City but still managed to cause extensive damage there. At least 44 buildings, including homes, office buildings, and many schools were affected. The earthquake […]

OLLU Welcomes New Campus Ministry Staff

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By Stephanie Garza SAN ANTONIO—This 2016 Fall semester welcomed two members to the Our Lady of the Lake Campus Ministry. Friar Bryan Hajovsky, OFM Conv, MDiv and Sister Patti Lohre, IWBS talked with the Lake Front about their goals and aspirations for supporting and promoting the spiritual health of OLLU […]