Campus News, community, feature

Campus Launches Mexican-American Literature Database

By Alexis Maxwell, Editor in Chief  The Mexican-American Literature Database is officially available for student and personal use!  The website was created after Hurricane Harvey hit the Lone Star College-Kingwood, leaving the campus and all technology, textbooks and other precious materials adrift and useless in floodwaters.  English Professor Icess Fernandez, the curator of the archive… Continue reading Campus Launches Mexican-American Literature Database

Campus News, community, Multimedia

Students Feel the Rush at a Campus Event

By Bri Maguire, Photographer Unlike previous semesters, this year's Club Rush at Lone Star College-Kingwood took place over the course of two days, allowing new and old students more opportunities to become more invested in campus life. Clubs set up their tables in the main corridor on the first floor of the Student Conference Center Center,… Continue reading Students Feel the Rush at a Campus Event

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The Lone Star College-Kingwood Library Has Officially Opened

The Lone Star College-Kingwood library has officially opened after being closed for roughly 22 months when Hurricane Harvey flooded the building.    Now, with a fresh new face, the library is open for business with more features than before. Kaleigh VonDerVor, the director of academic success, who oversees the library, says the library is the… Continue reading The Lone Star College-Kingwood Library Has Officially Opened

Campus News, The Survival Issue

How Home School Graduates Adjust To College Life

By Rachel Byrd When Lone Star College-Kingwood student James Corbett tells his classmates where he went to high school, many of them are surprised by his answer. “It’s fun to watch their eyes go wide,” says Corbett. “Then I have to sit through ‘The Questions’: ‘Did you like it?’ ‘Did you have friends?’” Like many… Continue reading How Home School Graduates Adjust To College Life

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Student Government Strives For Democracy In Unopposed Election

By Rachel Byrd Although all four of the candidates running in this semester’s upcoming Student Government Association election are running unopposed, Lone Star College-Kingwood’s SGA is attempting to preserve the ideal of democracy.     The lack of opposition that the candidates are facing has altered the way the events prior the election—particularly the Candidate Debate,… Continue reading Student Government Strives For Democracy In Unopposed Election

Campus News, community, The Survival Issue

Staying Safe While Exercising in Kingwood

By Rachel Byrd Following an unidentified man attacking a woman in Kingwood’s East End Park, the Lone Star College Division of Public Safety offers tips for how to stay safe while exercising outdoors. Runners, joggers and others who exercise outdoors also offer their advice on how they protect themselves while exercising in Kingwood. Paul Willingham,… Continue reading Staying Safe While Exercising in Kingwood

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Unidentified Burglar Breaks Into Contractor’s Office

By Rachel Byrd An unknown person burglarized two containers in Parking Lot D on the Lone Star College-Kingwood campus between Mar. 22 at 1:45 p.m. and Mar. 25 at 5:50 a.m. The list of items stolen from the two storage units includes LED light fixtures, electrical tools, and a portable generator. The unidentified burglar broke… Continue reading Unidentified Burglar Breaks Into Contractor’s Office