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 […]

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 […]

Las Martas Documentary Screening

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By Tatiana Johnson SAN ANTONIO—Huge colorful ball gowns, debutantes and George Washington. Established in 1939, the Society of Martha Washington or Las Martas holds the event of the year for Laredo, Texas and Nueva Laredo, Mexico, which is George Washington’s Birthday Celebration. There were two screenings of Las Martas, which […]

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 […]