Residence Life runs  'Festival of Spirits'

By Brenda Herring LOGOS STAFF WRITER The Office of Residence Life held a Festival of Spirits Thursday, March 26, that featured music, food and even sidewalk-chalk drawing to help students find their inner selves. The three-hour event outside Dr. Burton…

Driven to get a license

By Angela Hernandez LOGOS ASSISTANT EDITOR I wouldn’t say I’m a procrastinator, but there are things in my life I have put off dealing with since I am so busy. One of the things I had put off was learning…

The inside scoop on summer love

 One Direction. Justin Timberlake. Olivia Newton-John. Each of these artists, along with others, has sung popular ballads about summer love. Are these songs merely cool beats for a hot day or do they reflect an actual phenomenon in our society?…

Review: 'It Follows' scary stuff

By Dante Castro LOGOS STAFF WRITER “It Follows,” a new indie horror film released Friday, March 27, in the San Antonio area, shows potential in a genre that has long been looking for revival and freshness. For the past couple…

CABChella gets good reviews at debut

By Megan Garcia LOGOS STAFF WRITER Music, arts, food and rides drew a crowd to the first CABChella Wednesday, March 25, on the parking lot outside Barshop Natatorium. Sponsored by the Campus Activities Board, the event was a replacement for…

Adjusting to home after Rome

By Darlene Jasso LOGOS STAFF WRITER After 48 hours of waiting in Roma Fiumicino Airport, flying to Istanbul, Turkey, and then over the Atlantic Ocean, I was finally in my New Braunfels, Texas, family’s arms. Landing at Houston Intercontinental Airport…

Black history means more than month

By Kiana Tipton LOGOS STAFF WRITER February is observed as Black History Month. From memorizing lines of Martin Luther King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech, to watching documentaries about the civil rights movement and how far we’ve come, Black…

New AD elevator almost ready to ride

By Valerie Bustamante LOGOS FEATURE EDITOR The new elevator in the Administration Building was expected to open Tuesday, March 31, after nearly six months of construction, University of the Incarnate Word officials said. A certified and licensed state inspector from…

Alternative Spring Break Student finds her 'Joyce' during community service

By Erika C. Kennedy-Garcia Special to the LOGOS Delgado Street — a street I will always remember and never forget. This is where our wonderful “Joyce” resides. Although I’ve done community service in the past, I never truly experienced gratification…

Heart and cherubs on greeting card, circa 1909.

By Dr. Trey Guinn My wife and I hosted a dinner party not long ago. Following a delicious meal, eight of us gathered in the living room to enjoy savory sweets and lots of laughter. A Beatles playlist in the…