By Adnan Abbasi Amazing as it is, many high school seniors see college as an unattainable feat. This is quite far from the truth. Both in-state and out-of-state students have a lot of trouble going to school, which is a reason that many student-aged people focus on work instead of investing in higher education. There… Continue reading Common Cents
By Jackie Martinez Morning classes can get us all down from time to time. This is how Lone Star College-Kingwood students use music to get revved up for classes. Link Spotify Playlist Here.
By Cara Young The Howler’s tales of woe began like any other: with the sound, “Ehh.” Our heroines Alex Maxwell and Cara Young, who as it happens were traveling with Lone Star College-Kingwood student newspaper to scenic Corpus Christi for the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association competition during Spring Break of 2019. While unpacking in their… Continue reading Misadventures in Corpus Christi
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By Alex Maxwell This is a satirical piece in the vein of "A Modest Proposal". If you didn't understand that reference, Google it. Group projects can either be the best part of a semester, or the bane of everyone’s existence, including mine. There is a way to combat social loafing though, and it is called “Rely only… Continue reading A Modest Project
By Rachel Byrd When Lone Star College-Kingwood student James Corbett tells his classmates where he went to high school, many of them are surprised by his answer. “It’s fun to watch their eyes go wide,” says Corbett. “Then I have to sit through ‘The Questions’: ‘Did you like it?’ ‘Did you have friends?’” Like many… Continue reading How Home School Graduates Adjust To College Life
By Alexis Maxwell As students face the mid semester scramble of 'Will I pass' and thought of ‘Am I happy with this grade’, some are debating as to whether they should drop one or more their classes. The class drop limit for college students is capped at six, so the dilemma that some have is… Continue reading Stop, Drop, or Roll With the Punches