Student Government Strives For Democracy In Unopposed Election

By Rachel Byrd Although all four of the candidates running in this semester’s upcoming Student Government Association election are running unopposed, Lone Star College-Kingwood’s SGA is attempting to preserve the ideal of democracy.     The lack of opposition that the candidates are facing has altered the way the events prior the election—particularly the Candidate Debate, which occurred at the General Assembly on March 28, and … Continue reading Student Government Strives For Democracy In Unopposed Election

Copy, Paste, Delete

By Alex Maxwell This March’s expected blockbuster “Us”, directed by award winning writer-director and celebrated comedian Jordan Peele, promised to terrify audiences into not wanting to look into the mirror ever again. It got halfway there. The highly anticipated film had big shoes to fill, as it is following in the footsteps of Academy Award winner “Get Out”. In the trailer, the pairing of a … Continue reading Copy, Paste, Delete

Stop, Drop, or Roll With the Punches

 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 to drop a class or to push through to the … Continue reading Stop, Drop, or Roll With the Punches