By Magan Porter, Photographer and Ana Acosta, Managing Editor
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, many students at Lone Star College-Kingwood are thankful for many things including life, family, friends and their education. This holiday isn’t all about the food, instead it’s about recognizing what you are grateful for.
What are the students and faculty of LSC-Kingwood most thankful for?
“I’m thankful for everything. I’m thankful for our school that helps me so much. [It] lets me learn new things, and it helps others reach for their goals, reach for education. I think this helps me and everyone here accomplish our career goals, but also lead them to a path where they can accomplish and succeed, and that is something everyone should be reaching for,” says Black Pratt, first year student at LSC-Kingwood. Nov. 9. Photo by Magan Porter.
Being born with a heart condition, Haley Scully is now thankful “for being alive” and enjoys her first year at LSC-Kingwood. Nov. 9. Photo by Magan Porter.
While at the Student Conference Center, third year student, Everett Tuttle, says that he is “thankful for [his] family, and for them being there” for him. Nov. 9. Photo by Magan Porter.
Professor of History and Humanities, Juan Galvan Rodriguez says, “I am really thankful that I am still teaching after Hurricane Harvey and that my students are still in class”. Nov. 17. Photo by Ana Acosta.
“I am thankful for my family, the blessings that God has given me, and for being able to spend time with my loved ones,” says Mayra Avalos, Custodial Facilities. Nov.17. Photo by Ana Acosta.
Tyesha Brown, second year student, is also thankful for her “family and for being alive,” Nov. 9 Photo by Magan Porter.
Simeon Kretzschmar says he is “thankful for [his] family, friends, and the Lord,” as he finishes off his second year at LSC-Kingwood. Nov. 9. Photo by Magan Porter.
We’d like to hear from you, too. Comment down below what you are most thankful for.