We have heard of many different love stories that began at UIW, but what about couples who made the choice to come to UIW together not as students but as working adults? In the HEB School of Business and Administration, you will find a married couple who did just that Dr. Alberto Rubio, marketing coordinator … Continue reading Love at UIW – A Faculty Interview
As Christmas Day fast approaches, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Shopping malls are flooded with last-minute gift seekers, commercial after commercial encourages us to buy the next big thing, and travelers fill roads and airports. It also seems that every year, stores begin putting up … Continue reading Keeping Christ in Christmas
UIWSOM students take steps to mentally prepare for traumatic experiences in the medical profession By: Kaitlyn Hennessey “Put your notes away and double glove,” she was told. Uncertain of the circumstances, she followed the paramedic’s orders. The ambulance arrived at the scene with police officers all around, body bags laying on the ground, helicopters flying off…she … Continue reading “Realities of a Ride-Along,” and Mental Health in Medicine
It may still be hot out there, but summer is quickly coming to an end. While we’ve enjoyed the sunshine, time off, summer travel and days by the pool, nothing beats the start of a new school year. Interesting classes, new friends, football games and more are giving us so much to look forward to … Continue reading 5 Dorm Hacks That Will Make You Never Want to Leave Your Room
You did it! High school is now officially behind you, and it’s time to start looking ahead…but where do you begin? Here’s a list to help you make the most of your time during the summer between high school and college. Take inventory of your closet. College has so much to offer – tailgating, job … Continue reading 10 Things to Do the Summer Before College
By Teofilo Reyes, Ettling Center for Civic Leadership & Sustainability Community Outreach Coordinator, and Phillip Lopes, Assistant Facilities Director and Energy and the Environment Subcommittee Member The University of the Incarnate Word took part in San Antonio’s Tree-Centennial program on Tuesday, May 2. The Tree-Centennial initiative, led and managed by the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department, … Continue reading UIW Participates in SA300 Tree-Centennial Program
It’s that time of year again. Something in the air is different, there’s excitement in the streets and vibrant colors and delicious scents captivate our senses. For most, Christmas may come to mind when reading those first two sentences. For San Antonians, we know there’s only one thing this could mean – Fiesta is here! … Continue reading Viva Fiesta!