After serving Lone Star College-Kingwood for the past 12 years, President Katherine B. Persson has officially announced her retirement as LSC-Kingwood’s President. However, she will stay as a LSC-Kingwood employee until December 2020 and has thought about writing a book about her experience recovering from Harvey. Her successor has not been decided, but a search… Continue reading Lone Star- Kingwood’s President Persson Retires
Rachel G. Byrd, News Desk Lead Tessa Travitz, president of Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Student Government Association, stepped down from her role as SGA president. As of 15 November 2019, Alexa Harris, SGA’s Director of Records, has filled the position of president. According to a message sent out to the Kingwood Student Leadership announcing Travitz’s resignation,… Continue reading Student Government President Steps Down
Lone Star College- Kingwood Coyotes against the Lone Star College- North Harris Hurricanes for a basketball game. The Coyotes are undefeated before and after this game occurred. The game ended with Kingwood Coyotes scoring 68 points and the North Harris Hurricanes scoring 43 points.
The Poetry, Music and Songwriting club hosts a spooky Halloween bash for the students. Events include a Halloween costume contest, free pizza, and a talent show. Students and faculty took the Halloween spirit to heart and dressed up in horrifying and dazzling costumes such as Día de los Muertos, pirates, and scientific witches.
By Adnan Abbasi, Reporter and Rachel Byrd, News Desk Lead Student Leadership discussed promoting bike safety and student health on the Lone Star College-Kingwood campus with Katherine Persson, president of LSC-Kingwood, on Wednesday 2 October 2019, in the Student Conference Center. Persson and the student leadership spoke about their concerns regarding traffic and student safety… Continue reading President Meets With Students To Promote Bike Safety
By Rachel Byrd, News Desk Lead The rains of Tropical Storm Imelda seeped into four classrooms, ten offices, and the basketball court at Lone Star College-Kingwood, causing approximately $115,000 worth of damages to the campus. Damaged buildings include Classroom Building A, the Library building, and the Fitness Training Center. According to Eddie McFadden, the Director… Continue reading Leftover Harvey Damages Compounded By Imelda
The students of Lone Star College - Kingwood play games, listen to live polka music, and eat free food from the James Coney Island food truck. Together they play games brought by club members such as tug of war and a classic game of catch. There is also table of a more relaxing act of… Continue reading Oktober Fest 2019
Written by Alex Maxwell Lead Photo Credit: David Everett Strickler The race for the presidential election has begun and here is the list of the candidates who want your vote in order to get there. On the Democratic side there are 20 politicians, some of whom you may recognize. Their names are Michael Bennet, Joe… Continue reading The Beginning of the Presidential Race
Written by: Rachel Byrd, Copy Desk Lead and News Desk Lead After the passing of Lester Burks this February, founding members of the college remember the character of Lone Star College-Kingwood’s founding president, as well as discuss what legacy he left behind on the campus. Burks served as president of the Kingwood campus beginning in… Continue reading Reflecting on the Legacy of Lester Burks