To celebrate the sacred spring, the “blue hole” that is the source of the San Antonio River, a local non profit partnered with a group of passionate professional artists to organize “Art of the Sacred Texas Springs,” a month-long exhibit at the Kelso Art Center on the University of Incarnate Word campus. The exhibit which runs from March 9 to April 8, 2018, was organized by Headwaters at Incarnate Word and features 38 artists and more than 60 pieces, including photography, sculpture and painting.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Dec 20 2016 - 1:48pm
Loved ones, friends and classmates of Cameron Redus gathered outside the University of the Incarnate Word on Dec. 6 for a candlelight vigil. There, they recalled Redus as an unselfish, upbeat young man who held strongly to his faith and convictions. On Dec. 6, 2013, Redus, a UIW senior, was fatally shot by then-campus police officer Christopher Carter in an off-campus traffic stop. Redus was 23.
Written by Don Mathis on Dec 14 2016 - 10:41pm
San Antonio prides itself on holiday lights. Some people don’t even take their Christmas lights down after the new year. They just flick a switch when the next Christmas rolls around to celebrate another season of holiday cheer.
Written by Melanie Mendez… on Sep 24 2016 - 1:22pm
The San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists, in coordination with the Society for Professional Journalists, hosted a symposium highlighting issued related to the 2016 Hispanic vote on Sept. 24, 2016. The panel was moderated by SAAHJ President Gary Cooper of Univision San Antonio, and SAAHJ Vice President Joey Palacios of Texas Public Radio. Panelists were:
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Dec 25 2010 - 11:03am
Take a moment to play this video of the University of the Incarnate Word's annual Light the Way display. With permission, we've added lovely holiday music from the Andean group, Wayanay Inka, whose music has become part of San Antonio's soul. The NOWCastSA team filmed the light exhibit in 2009 and produced this magic virtual tour.