Welcome – new and old – to the Logos

By Teresa Velasco

LOGOS ASSISTANT EDITOR

Well, another semester has begun. For seniors it is the most anticipated semester to finish off their last few credits and graduate. To use their very expensive degree and take on the world with their young and fresh ideas.

Sophomores and juniors are stuck in the middle somewhere of everything seeming new and exciting to dull and tiresome. Now freshmen, they are the lucky ones. For freshmen, nothing will seem bad until early December when they are preparing for finals and they realize maybe they should have studied for that test or written that paper three, two or even one day before it was due.

So freshmen, consider this a forewarning. If you procrastinate for everything you might find yourself having to repeat the freshman year. However, there is some good news for all students. Keep an eye on the Logos and you will stay informed and updated on everything your campus has to offer. We are so excited to start off this new year and like I’m advising the freshmen to start it off right.

From sports games, campus clubs and organizations, play and movie reviews, Greek life, etc, the Logos will provide you with new ways and events to help you get involved and participate on campus. Furthermore, you don’t just have to just read the paper for ways to get involved but the Logos invites all students and even professors to volunteer with an interest in writing articles, columns, taking photos, drawing comic strips, and more.

If you would like to volunteer don’t hesitate to contact us by e-mail logos@uiwtx.edu or drop by our office in AD 211. You can also follow us on Facebook UIW Logos and twitter @UIWLogos. Again, I’m very excited for this year with the Logos. And don’t worry, seniors. This year will be over before you know it.

E-mail Velasco at velasco@student.uiwtx.edu

Teresa Velasco

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