by Kat Harper, Reporter The end of the spring semester is right around the corner, and with endings come new beginnings. Graduation is the stepping stone for friends who are moving on from Lone Star College onto bigger and better things. With graduations comes grad parties, and with that comes gifts. Below are several inexpensive options that can provide inspiration for some memorable graduation gifts. … Continue reading Four Grand Gifts for Grads
Staff, Opinion Writer Editor’s Note: Author’s name purposely retracted due to sensitivity of article Staring at the white metal door, I can still feel the throbbing on the right side of my head. I slowly run my hand down the cold metal, looking for the dent from the impression by my head. I’m confused, where is the dent. Rubbing my head, there is a lump … Continue reading The Man Who Hits in the Closet
Emily Slater, Editor in Chief Graduation is right around the corner. With graduation comes graduation parties, followed by the promise of summer vacation. While this is a great time, full of well deserved fun and relaxation, it is also a time in which many students choose to indulge in more risky behaviors than they do during the school year. One such behavior is binge drinking. … Continue reading Binge Drink, Binge the Consequences
By Hunter Llenos, Reporter The Lone Star College Foundation scholarship program offered to students by the Lone Star College System, has had an impact on several students this past spring. With the recent disaster that was Hurricane Harvey, many students were impacted in different ways, although hopes are still high for our students here at Lone Star College. Oscar Ramos, the dean at the Lone … Continue reading Scholarships For Deserving Students
By: Genesis Rodriguez, News Editor Lone Star College-Kingwood is hosting a free night full of Jazz music and fun. Yes, you heard that right: jazz music. For all those music loving people who enjoy a good piece of groovy jingles, The Jazz Festival is an ideal place for you. Gabriel Garza, a music student involved in The Jazz Festival, answered a couple of questions … Continue reading A Night of Free Fun, Music To Student’s Ears
By Kelly Kuhn, Columnist I was sitting in my living room playing a video game on my iPad. In the background, I heard the rumbling of the news on the television. Everything sounded like white noise until I heard the words “Brown vs. The Board of Education.” My ears perked up and I believe I did the dog head tilt. I thought to myself, “What … Continue reading What Will Your Name Stand For?
By: Genesis Rodriguez, News Editor Even though summer is right around the corner, many students will be attending summer classes, mini-semesters or focusing on enrollment for the next fall semester. With all of that in mind, questions arise and answers are needed. Below you will find helpful information about the process typical doubts or concerns you may have as a student at Lone Star College-Kingwood … Continue reading Summer, Fall Registration Tips