Fifteen experts examined changes and challenges facing Mexican Americans from 1968 to 2018
Half a century ago, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights convened at OLLU to investigate the challenges facing Mexican-Americans in the South.
The conference will highlight issues like immigration and voting rights that may not have been a focus at the 1968 hearings.
This summer, about 120 students took advantage of the tuition grant program, designed to accelerate students' path to a degree.
As president of the North Chamber, Duane Wilson brought a struggling association out of the red and into its own mortgage-free headquarters.
The federal tax bill includes a provision that taxes the net investment income of the nation's wealthiest private universities.
Quintanilla, who has lived in San Antonio for five years, has been an assistant professor at Our Lady of the Lake University since 2013.
Universities have limited answers to the question of how to prevent violence on campus and seek student help in spotting potential danger.
San Antonio’s sixth annual DreamWeek summit kicked off Friday, marking the beginning of two weeks of community programming aimed at advancing tolerance, diversity, and equality while celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.
Students in a creative writing class at Our Lady of the Lake University share personal essays about the Sutherland Springs shootings of Nov. 5