Lone Star College-Kingwood Psychology Club

By Rachel Byrd On January 31, the Lone Star College-Kingwood Psychology Club had its first meeting in room 203 of the Library building on campus. According to Professor Jared Miller, the club’s advisor, more people came to this meeting than to the first meeting of the Fall 2018 semester. He commented, “It’s good to have so many people at these meetings.” The Psychology Club meets … Continue reading Lone Star College-Kingwood Psychology Club

Voices From The Storm

By Cara Young, C.R. Lyles, Sara Perry and Hunter Llenos   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 … Continue reading Voices From The Storm

Homemade Sweets with a Touch of Holiday Cheer

by Kayleigh Farias, Copy Desk Chief   Now that December is upon us and Christmas is fast approaching, it’s time to prepare your tummy for the sweet treats in the near future. Christmas cookies are just one of these wonderfully amazing desserts that are usually present at dinner on this glorious day. With only 5 steps, you can have scrumptious homemade pecan cookies that’ll be … Continue reading Homemade Sweets with a Touch of Holiday Cheer

Helping Those Who Have Helped Us

by Kayleigh Farias, Copy Desk Chief With Veteran’s Day now behind us, it’s easy to forget the importance of our veterans and how they were willing to risk their lives to serve our country. Veterans should feel loved and appreciated more than one day a year. Unfortunately, this is the least of the worries for some veterans. According to the United States Interagency Council on … Continue reading Helping Those Who Have Helped Us