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Tessa Martinez Pollack will leave the presidency of Our Lady of the Lake University on March 1, The San Antonio Express-News reported. Pollack has served nearly a decade, but has faced mounting criticism over the last semester. Some of the conflicts involve plans to eliminate a dozen majors, including religious studies. Many questioned how a Roman Catholic institution could consider eliminating that field.