Rebuilding Kingwood’s “New Normal”

By Kat Harper, News Desk Lead It was 1985 when Lone Star College- Kingwood’s library was built. An age before the popularity of the internet and search engines, when the Encyclopedia was the main source of our worldly knowledge. Kaleigh VonDerVor is LSC-Kingwood’s Director of the Library and Learning Center. This position is new in our campus and Mrs. VonDerVor is the first to hold … Continue reading Rebuilding Kingwood’s “New Normal”

China Experienced

By Rachel G. Byrd, Reporter In order to go on a sabbatical, a professor must apply to a sabbatical review board with a project in mind. In the case of Professor Richard Almstedt, A. B. D., the project was to work with the athletics program of the University of Macau in China and to compare their college model to Lone Star College-Kingwood’s college model. This … Continue reading China Experienced

Ghost Work

By: Hunter Llenos, Reporter  In August of last year, Houston was victim to one of the most damaging hurricanes of our time. Today there are so many stories describing the experiences, struggles and underpinnings of the situation Houston sees itself in today with support stretching too thin. Mari Omori, a college Professor in the art department at Lone Star College-Kingwood, recently gave an interview describing … Continue reading Ghost Work

Four Grand Gifts for Grads

by Kat Harper, Reporter The end of the spring semester is right around the corner, and with endings come new beginnings. Graduation is the stepping stone for friends who are moving on from Lone Star College onto bigger and better things. With graduations comes grad parties, and with that comes gifts. Below are several inexpensive options that can provide inspiration for some memorable graduation gifts. … Continue reading Four Grand Gifts for Grads

Binge Drink, Binge the Consequences

Emily Slater, Editor in Chief Graduation is right around the corner. With graduation comes graduation parties, followed by the promise of summer vacation. While this is a great time, full of well deserved fun and relaxation, it is also a time in which many students choose to indulge in more risky behaviors than they do during the school year. One such behavior is binge drinking. … Continue reading Binge Drink, Binge the Consequences

Scholarships For Deserving Students

By Hunter Llenos, Reporter The Lone Star College Foundation scholarship program offered to students by the Lone Star College System, has had an impact on several students this past spring. With the recent disaster that was Hurricane Harvey, many students were impacted in different ways, although hopes are still high for our students here at Lone Star College. Oscar Ramos, the dean at the Lone … Continue reading Scholarships For Deserving Students