A couple of weeks ago, the country experienced some of the coldest weather in over a century. However, that didn’t stop people from going out and having fun. And what better way to welcome winter than by attending WinterFest at the Alamo Quarry Market. Here’s Nathan Cortez with more on the story.
Either you are or know someone that is a first generation college student, these students feel a lot of pressure to do well, but also feel appreciative at the opportunity to do so. Recently, there was a day dedicated to these students where they were able to participate in First Generation Day. They were able to do thing such as sending a postcard back home. With more on the event, here’s our reporter, Melanie Rosales.
The latest theater play performed by some of UIW’s finest. To learn more about the production, we heard over to reporter, Dominique Morales.
The UIW Film Club had accepted a challenge to make two short films in under 48 hours. To tell us more, here’s our reporter, Joel Castro.
There’s a bit of students that are struggling to make ends meet, but this past Thursday, students were able to make a difference by adopting “PHIL, The Piggy Bank” Our reporter, MariaJose Casillas has more on the story.
The clocktower on campus has been one of the key identities to the University of the Incarnate Word. Students and faculty have a fickle perspective on the ringing. Here is Sidnee Stansbury with more.
Melanie Rosales has you covered for UIW’s Take Back The Night!
Sustainability balances human development and growth with the welfare of the natural world, both in the present and for the future. The emphasis placed on social justice by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and the establishment of care for creation as a tenet of Catholic social teaching inspire us to make sustainability a part of our university’s legacy. We commit to meeting people’s cultural, educational, economic, and ecological needs in ways that protect and restore the natural environment.
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Cardinal Apps arrived in early August to replace My Word, however, students are still adjusting to the change. Here is Nathan Cortez with more on the story.