By Makayla Aubery We are all struggling during this time of pandemic and school is becoming more and more of a struggle for most. Keeping a healthy mind and body has never been more imperative because of the act of quarantine and the toll that social distancing is having on each of us. Thankfully resources… Continue reading Student Life’s Response to the COVID Pandemic
An Idea on How Graduation Should be Handled
By Petyon MacKenzie, Columnist Lead Image By: Cole Keister Students across the U.S are facing new academic challenges; from moving online, not getting to walk the stage and be handed the diploma they have been working so hard for, students need to be focusing on the next steps in life. In order to achieve this,… Continue reading An Idea on How Graduation Should be Handled
Be Informed. Be Safe.
By Jacobo Silva Pérez, Reporter Lead Photo by: CDC With more than a million cases over the world and 52,000 deaths, the new COVID-19 virus has been the topic everyone is talking about. However, not everything we hear is true. In the last 3 months, the Coronavirus has spread throughout every news article. Over that… Continue reading Be Informed. Be Safe.
Student testing positive for COVID-19 and how Harris County is dealing with the pandemic
By Alex Maxwell and Bri Maguire A Lone Star College student has tested positive for COVID-19 after leaving the state over spring break. This student has not been on LSC property as of March 6 before the beginning of spring break. The community is combatting this outbreak by locking down certain counties. The effort to… Continue reading Student testing positive for COVID-19 and how Harris County is dealing with the pandemic
How to Drop Classes Online
By Alexis Maxwell, Editor in Chief Lead Visual by: Glenn Carstens-Peters Due to the Coronavirus, the Lone Star College System has decided to close all of the campuses in an effort to contain the potential spread of the virus. In order to allow students to continue the education they paid for, they have put all possible… Continue reading How to Drop Classes Online
LSC-Kingwood Coronavirus Plan Update
By: Alexis Maxwell, Editor in Chief Lone Star College-Kingwood has officially announced how they are going to continue classes in the face of the rising anxiety to contain the COVID-19 virus from spreading. The college decided to extend spring break in order to give time to decide a plan for its students. The plan came… Continue reading LSC-Kingwood Coronavirus Plan Update
By Rachel Byrd, News Desk Lead Visual By: Mackenzie Ek Disney-Pixar’s Onward, which saw its cinematic release this weekend, is an entertaining suburban fantasy that harkens back to tabletop RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons. Onward follows two brothers, the nervous Ian Lightfoot and the boisterous Barley Lightfoot, who, after being left a wizard’s staff and… Continue reading Journey Onward
Greek Stroll Coming to Kingwood
Lone Star College-Kingwood hosts the Historically Black College and Universities' Yard fest to celebrate the end of Black history month. Sororities and fraternities from local areas came to Lone Star to participate in the Greek Stroll Off held on February 27th in the Studnet Conference Center.
Chemical Imbalance Review
By: Elena Mullenix, Columnist, Podcaster The play, Chemical Imbalance, put on by the Lone Star College-Kingwood. This play was wonderfully put together by Professor Skiles, the whole cast, and the stage management team. Hats off to everyone! Chemical Imbalance follows the story of Jekyll and Hyde, but with a modern twist…the modern twist being the… Continue reading Chemical Imbalance Review
Harley Quinn’s Newly Single Life
by Bri Maguire, Managing Editor After a long wait, Birds of Prey is finally here. Fans of the DC universe have been awaiting this film since Suicide Squad was released in 2016. The acting was good, and the film was a solid attempt to help Warner Bros. Entertainment but is not a big hit when… Continue reading Harley Quinn’s Newly Single Life