The Monster With No Name

By Julia Bohn, Copy Desk Lead The Lonestar-College Kingwood production of Playing With Fire (After Frankenstein) had its premier show.  A take on the tortuous journey between the good doctor and his famous creature finally coming to an end that brought a sense of closure to.  The play begins with Frankenstein and his monster staring each other at the top of the world years and … Continue reading The Monster With No Name

Damages After Imelda

Rachel Byrd, News Desk Lead The rains of Tropical Storm Imelda seeped into four classrooms, ten offices, and the basketball court at Lone Star College-Kingwood, causing approximately $115,000 worth of damages to the campus. Damaged buildings include Classroom Building A, the Library building, and the Fitness Training Center. According to Eddie McFadden, the Director of Facilities at LSC-Kingwood, the majority of the leaks were related … Continue reading Damages After Imelda

The Lone Star College-Kingwood Library Has Officially Opened

The Lone Star College-Kingwood library has officially opened after being closed for roughly 22 months when Hurricane Harvey flooded the building.    Now, with a fresh new face, the library is open for business with more features than before. Kaleigh VonDerVor, the director of academic success, who oversees the library, says the library is the “new face of what libraries should be.”    “We wanted … Continue reading The Lone Star College-Kingwood Library Has Officially Opened

Spring Break On A Budget

By Cara Young As March slowly creeps into view, students all over the nation eagerly await the weeklong holiday of lost responsibility known as Spring Break. Check out our Top 10 low-cost Spring Break ideas. Beach Day! Hitting the beach is one of the most traditional and iconic Spring Break activities. However, it isn’t easy making the trek down to Puerto Rico or the Bahamas … Continue reading Spring Break On A Budget