14 Million Problems All In Ones

By Cara Young, Alex Maxwell and Rachel Byrd The Lone Star College System’s accounts are currently under investigation for $14 million dollars worth of improperly distributed financial aid funds by the U.S. Department of Education. The DOE’s review of accounts uncovered that LSC has provided students who graduated from ineligible high schools with Pell, Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants and federal loans. “The DOE identified 6,160 … Continue reading 14 Million Problems All In Ones

David Caceres Headlines with LSC-Kingwood’s Big Band

By Aiman Patoli, Aliya Ahmed and Cara Young The Kingwood Big Band is back to spice up the season with some jazzy classics. Lone Star College-Kingwood is the host for this event. The Kingwood Big Band is an arrangement of seventeen musicians. This arrangement includes saxophonists, trombonists, trumpeters, a pianist, a bassist, a guitarist, and a drummer. Tonight’s performance features local musicians, students, and saxophonist/vocalist … Continue reading David Caceres Headlines with LSC-Kingwood’s Big Band

Hispanic History: Yanga’s Rebellion

By Kat Harper Lone Star College-Kingwood celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15, with a series of lectures and events dedicated to Hispanic culture and heritage and no one is prouder of their heritage than Professor Juan M. Galván-Rodríguez.  Galván was born in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico and came to the US at the age of 19 years old. Influenced by stories … Continue reading Hispanic History: Yanga’s Rebellion

Voiced by a Veteran

By Rachel Byrd On October 11 Lone Star College-Kingwood hosted an event celebrating Latino Veterans of the U. S. Armed Forces as the last event of the Hispanic History Series. Professor Jesse Esparza, Ph.D. led the lecture,  “Fighting Multiple Fronts: Latinos and the Vietnam War”, and an interview with Antonio Gonzalez Ph.D., who served in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. Esparza’s lecture was … Continue reading Voiced by a Veteran