Dentistry student dies in car accident

By Priscilla Aguirre LOGOS ASSISTANT EDITOR A University of the Incarnate Word student who was planning a dentistry career died Nov. 1 in an automobile accident on Interstate 10 West near Casa Bella, according to sources. Kirsten Casteel, 22, was…

New enrollment dean sees fertile ground for growth

By Lisa Alvarenga LOGOS STAFF WRITER The University of the Incarnate Word is the largest Catholic university in Texas but the new dean of enrollment envisions UIW becoming the largest private school in the state. Jennielle Strother shares the vision…

Security experts: Cyberspace use can lead to crimes

By Jennifer Lynn Flores LOGOS STAFF WRITER University of the Incarnate Word students should be mindful of what they share online that could lead to crimes. “Cybercrimes: Prevention and Protection” was the subject of a recent seminar that Campus Life…

Vigil makes plea for peace

By Gaby Galindo LOGOS PHOTO EDITOR Several community organizations staged a one-hour, candlelight silent vigil Sunday, Nov. 22, at the University of the Incarnate Word for all those suffering from violence in the world. The event from 5:30 to 6:30…

UIW's report card on campus accessibility

By Elijah Gonzales LOGOS STAFF WRITER The topic of accessibility is something that is very important to me. For those of you who don’t know, I am physically disabled. You’ve probably seen me speeding around campus. Life with a disability…

Samba dancers use lawn for 'Carnaval'

By Nancy Benet LOGOS STAFF WRITER The Campus Activities Board held a Brazilian “Carnaval” in observance of International Education Week on Tuesday, Nov. 17, on Dubuis Lawn. When thinking of which cultural Brazilian event to do, CAB took suggestions from…

Sustainability group pushes 'blue cleaning'

By Victoria O’Connor LOGOS STAFF WRITER In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, the Sustainability Committee at the University of the Incarnate Word has stepped up pollution-cutting through Aramark’s “Blue Cleaning” campaign. “Aramark being a worldwide company in cleaning…

Last classes sail through online race

By Angela Hernandez LOGOS STAFF WRITER I anxiously watched the clock through heavy eyelids, waiting for the clock to strike 8:30 a.m. I was tired from the night before because I tossed and turned awaiting registration. My hands shook as…

Profile: Freshman releases first album

As a singer-songwriter, Texas native Amanda Loving, a University of the Incarnate Word freshman, is expanding her wings and flying high like a Cardinal.

Alternative gift-giving yields global effects

By Karissa Rangel LOGOS FEATURES EDITOR The holiday season is synonymous with gift giving and chaotic shopping scenes spanning from Black Friday to Christmas Eve. But the Women’s Global Connection – a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the…