Vaping, a popular pastime among college students, is just as harmful as smoking, in the long run. Experts say that vaping, despite the opportunity to reduce harmful chemicales found in store brands and homemade cigarettes, still contains nicotine. However, it is the addictive qualities of nicotine that does not stop students from indulging in it. “[The vaping epidemic] is such a new phenomenon. We do … Continue reading The Masked Reality Of Vape
By Howler Staff April Boles: When did you/your family evacuate? Was your house already flooded? “My family did not evacuate, however, my mother was worried that our new sheetrock would be destroyed. Our house did not flood even though we live 10 minutes away from LSC-Kingwood. We spent the recovery time repairing my grandmother’s house. 2.What was your most challenging loss and why? What was … Continue reading Voices From The Storm
By Cara Young, Editor In Chief Read Cara Young’s thoughts on how much Hurricane Harvey took from Texans here. Continue reading Expences: A look at what Hurricane Harvey Cost Texas
Picture of an abandoned house in the Houston area stands on its last leg a year after Harvey hit. Photo by Cassandra Lyles August 2018. By C.R. Lyles, Copy Desk Lead After the calamity of Hurricane Harvey, many Texans were left homeless by nature itself. They were forced from their dirty, wet homes onto the dirty, wet streets. In a FEMA.gov article published in September … Continue reading FEMA: Apathetic or Unprepared?
by Kat Harper, News Desk Lead Hurricane Harvey has been a looming cloud for Texans this past year affecting lives, infrastructures and even income. The recovery not only includes lost homes and displaced families but also unemployment due to closed businesses and government services. Although Harris County and Montgomery County neighbor one another, their rates of recovery are differing vastly. Due to a large amount … Continue reading Kingwood vs Humble Recovery Race