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

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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Balloon Release Vigil in Honor of Jazmine Barnes

A balloon release vigil was held at Lone Star College-Kingwood in memory and honor of Jazmine Barnes, the 7-year-old victim of a drive-by shooting in Houston, January 22, 2019. During the event staff members spoke on violence statistics and the opportunities we all must take to heal the community at large. LSC-Kingwood students and faculty… Continue reading Balloon Release Vigil in Honor of Jazmine Barnes

community, feature

When Mortals Become Legends

By Alex Maxwell, C.R. Lyles and Cara Young On November 12, 2018, Stan Lee,  Co-founder of Marvel Comic, was declared dead. According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” Lee tragically passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California at the age of 95. Although many people may recognize him from his infamous cameos in the Marvel… Continue reading When Mortals Become Legends