Learning how to roll in college

By Angela Hernandez LOGOS EDITOR Congrats! You’re going to college! Now, some of you may be attending your dream school, your second choice, even getting your basics done at a community college before transferring to a four-year school. Either way…

College break led to greater appreciation

By Priscilla Aguirre LOGOS ASSISTANT EDITOR I didn’t realize how important school was until I took a two-year break. Growing up in a household where education wasn’t always stressed, my mind-set was I’d be OK without a degree. I was…

The First Year Engagement Program has chosen 30 University of the Incarnate Word students to serve as peer mentors to freshmen this academic year. The mentors – sophomores through seniors — will earn a $1,000 scholarship each semester they serve….

14 to run UIW's student media

Fourteen University of the Incarnate Word students have key management roles with the Logos student newspaper, KUIW Internet radio or UIWtv Internet television. The students are all communication arts majors although any UIW student may participate in student media as…

The Student Government Association’s Legacy Fund is allowing J.E. and L.E. Mabee Library to extend its hours this fall in a pilot program. However, University of the Incarnate Word ID cards will be required for students to gain entry after…

Lessons learned in a Caribbean classroom

By Kennedy Hatfield Special to the LOGOS The Model Organization of American States is a simulation aimed at increasing the participant’s knowledge of the interworking of the OAS General Assembly for Universities of the Hemisphere. This year’s Model was held…

Take time to make good grades, good friends

By Dr. Trey Guinn Lauren, not her real name, stopped by my office to announce she was my newest advisee. After a few standard get-to-know-you questions, she shared that she recently transferred to the University of the Incarnate Word from…

Jose Deanda

By Jose Deanda   LOGOS STAFF WRITER    How would you feel if I were to tell you a community of bacteria in your gut were the difference between you being lean or overweight, happy or sad? If I were to…

The Center for Teaching & Learning at the University of the Incarnate Word is offering $100 stipends in some cases and light refreshments, breakfast and lunch at faculty workshops this fall. The stipends and food are incentives for faculty to…

Fourteen sophomores at the University of the Incarnate Word comprise the 2015 cohort of Cardinal Community Leaders sponsored by the Ettling Center for Civic Leadership. The students, who applied last spring when they were freshmen, are involved in a weeklong…

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