Houston Mayor; ‘Building New Without Tearing Down the Old’

Astrodome Gets New Life by Marcela Macias, Photographer Sports fans from all over Houston came together to salute the Eighth Wonder of the World, The Astrodome, on April 9, 2018. The Astrodome Conservancy, in union with Harris County, organized “Domecoming” to give a last goodbye to the Astrodome on its 53rd anniversary before its renovation. Along with the support of other organizations such as Eighth … Continue reading Houston Mayor; ‘Building New Without Tearing Down the Old’

Thanos Demanded Our Silence, We Obliged

Cara Young, Opinion Editor “Evacuate the city! Engage all defenses! And get this man a shield!” -Avengers Infinity War If you haven’t guessed already, I welcome you to the Marvel Cinematic Universe where the phrase “I love you” is as good as a death sentence, the hero’s best friend is the one you want to meet more, and the villain actually manages to kill someone … Continue reading Thanos Demanded Our Silence, We Obliged

Why Is There So Much Green?

by Cara Young, Opinion Editor Despite the way a majority of the population celebrates, the origins of St. Patrick and his day are different from what we see on March 17th. Here are a few examples of the overlooked aspects of a historically accurate St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patrick was not named Patrick- Born Maewyn Succat, the man we know as St. Patrick was kidnapped … Continue reading Why Is There So Much Green?

Learning Beyond the Classroom: LSC’S Alternative Spring Break

by Hannah Garcia, Reporter   Spring Break is commonly viewed as a time for students and professors to enjoy a well-deserved break from hard work. However, for some students, it is a time to learn and experience life beyond what is learned and taught in classrooms. Lone Star College’s Alternative Spring Break program provides students the opportunity to learn about a variety of social issues … Continue reading Learning Beyond the Classroom: LSC’S Alternative Spring Break