Some of the female dancers during rehearsal. Photo by Everett Redus.

Brother in My Backpack: Solitude in Polynesia

Editor’s Note: Everett Redus, 21, of Baytown, Texas, now one of four surviving brothers, has been traveling south to Patagonia, carrying and spreading the ashes of his slain older brother Cameron, a senior honors student at the University of the Incarnate Word who was fatally shot by a campus policeman outside his off-campus apartment on Dec.

Cameron Redus, 23, was fatally shot by a UIW campus police officer during a traffic stop in December 2013. Photo courtesy of Redus family.

Texas Supreme Court to Hear UIW’s Immunity Appeal in Redus Case

The Texas Supreme Court has agreed to hear oral arguments in the University of Incarnate Word’s (UIW) appeal to be considered a “governmental unit” in the wrongful death lawsuit filed against UIW and former campus police officer Christopher Carter, who fatally shot UIW student Robert Cameron Redus during an off-campus traffic stop in 2013.

University of the Incarnate Word President Lou Agnese. Photo by Scott Ball.

Rivard: UIW Board Faces A Moment of Truth

The University of Incarnate Word (UIW) board leadership faces a defining moment Monday afternoon when trustees convene to confront the crisis precipitated by longtime President Lou Agnese Jr.

It’s never easy coming to terms when a powerful, long-term leader loses his way and becomes a major liability.

Everett Redus climbs and awaits the Alabama's departure. Photo by Everett Redus.

Brother in My Backpack: Landfall

Editor’s Note: Everett Redus, 21, of Baytown, Texas, now one of four surviving brothers, has been traveling south to Patagonia, carrying and spreading the ashes of his slain older brother, Cameron, a senior honors student at the University of the Incarnate Word who was fatally shot by a campus policeman outside his off-campus apartment on Dec.