By Adnan Abbasi, Reporter Yesterday, while I was taking a test in the right room that you see behind the counter of the Testing Center, a room in the Student Conference Center, a test administrator came into the room and told my notetaker and I to stop taking my test and follow her, as… Continue reading Thoughts About Shootings
By Peyton Crenshaw, Opinion Writer “The Illusion of Safety: Where is Our Security Blanket?” Since Columbine in 1999, school shootings have become an all too familiar topic. Deep down, students fear they will be the center of the next news story, and parents fear they will send their children to school with no return. Despite… Continue reading The Odds Are Never Zero
By Katheryn Stinnett This year's Club Rush started like any other: Club representatives clamoring for the best tables, students browsing the available clubs, and recruitment galore. This year, for a time, followed the trend of the past couple of Club Rushes. The poetry and songwriting club has a student Eric Torres-- singing and playing the… Continue reading Spring Club Rush 2020: Less Rush Than You’d Think
By Rachel Byrd, News Desk Lead; Peyton Crenshaw, Opinion Writer; and Diamond Perez, Reporter The investigation of Lone Star College-Kingwood following a 911 call around 1:30 p.m. on 30 January did not find evidence of gunshots or an active shooter anywhere on campus. Despite this, an official timeline issued by Lone Star College System Chancellor… Continue reading Investigation into LSC-Kingwood Lockdown Finds No Shooter
By Alexis Maxwell, Editor in Chief At 1:38 this afternoon, Lone Star College-Kingwood sent out a system-wide notification, telling all students that the campus is on lockdown. While students and faculty began to barricade themselves in their rooms, no one seemed to know what was going on. Video Taken by Evan Carley 1/29/20 There has… Continue reading Lock Down at Lone Star College – Kingwood
By Alex Maxwell, Editor in Chief After many long waited months, Netflix’s The Witcher finally was released during the winter break. The announcement of a live-action rendition of the beloved game trilogy made almost every fan grab their silver swords and wolf medallions with excitement. Needless to say, the agonizing wait was worth it. Although… Continue reading Toss a Coin to Your Witcher
Student life put on the event Weclome Back to the Pack during the first Thursday of the spring semester. This event gives away free food and some clubs will come to join the event. Kurt Oefinger is the chief from Dirt Road Cookers who made an eight-foot pizza for the event.
By Rachel Byrd, News Desk Lead During the making of the Star Wars prequel trilogy, George Lucas described the importance of cohesion between the prequel trilogy and the original trilogy. “It’s like poetry,” he said. “They rhyme.” That quality appeared to be the same goal that the Star Wars sequel trilogy strove for from the… Continue reading The Rise of Skywalker Falls Flat
By Rachel Byrd, News Desk Lead Seven new members were inducted into the Alpha Lambda Xi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa on 19 November 2019. In addition, an award was given to Margaret “Peggy” Lambert, a former advisor for Lone Star College-Kingwood’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. The original award was lost in Hurricane Harvey.
After serving Lone Star College-Kingwood for the past 12 years, President Katherine B. Persson has officially announced her retirement as LSC-Kingwood’s President. However, she will stay as a LSC-Kingwood employee until December 2020 and has thought about writing a book about her experience recovering from Harvey. Her successor has not been decided, but a search… Continue reading Lone Star- Kingwood’s President Persson Retires