By: Julianne Salame, UIW student The sky is a soft, light blue and there is a warm glow on the red bricks of campus buildings. The morning sun reflects off the clock tower’s beautiful stained glass as the bells toll to signal the start of 9 a.m. class. The air is crisp on a breezy day and the smell of freshly cut … Continue reading Why I Love UIW
When Corpus Christi residents tune in to the weekend news on KIII, the city’s local ABC affiliate, they often see UIW alumni Ryan Shoptaugh on their screens. Ryan, a 2017 graduate of the University of the Incarnate Word’s meteorology program, is the channel’s weekend meteorologist. As the son of a retired Air Force serviceman who … Continue reading Meteorology Alumni Spotlight: Ryan Shoptaugh
By Roger Barnes, Ph.D., Department of Sociology professor and chair I had just pulled my car up to my friend John’s house at about 8 p.m. on the night of April 4, 1968. I was a junior in high school and John and I had been at an evening band rehearsal. We were talking while the … Continue reading Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.
Picture this. You’ve just arrived on campus for the first time this year. It’s a cool morning. Coffee in hand, you feel refreshed, recharged and ready to face a new semester…a new year…a new decade. The possibilities are endless for you. This year, you’ll get it right. This is the year you’ll hit the gym … Continue reading Resolutions for the New Semester
Every prospective student will likely fill out dozens of college applications during their high school careers, and each application will ask the same kinds of questions. What’s your address? What’s your preferred major? Where did you go to high school? Why do you want to attend this school? So how do universities set students apart … Continue reading Submitting Your Best College Application