By: Genesis Rodriguez, Reporter Halloween, the time of the year where people go out and get spooked or do the spooking. Trick or treating, haunted houses, parties or movie theaters are all part of this night. With Halloween around the corner, many are looking for costumes to wear as well. The process of getting a… Continue reading Last Minute DIY Costumes
By: Genesis Rodriguez, Reporter. College life can be extremely difficult when you are outnumbered by stress and unorganization. Students attending a college/university have a hard time managing different things but technology has made it much easier. Not only are there apps for helping students with their education but also for keeping them safe out there… Continue reading 10 Apps College Students Must Have
By Magan Porter and Michelle Lecumberry The semester has begun and students are adapting to all the new changes at Lone Star College-Kingwood. With the campus under repair, one of the biggest changes is that a majority of classes have been altered into an online format. How do students feel about taking online classes? “I… Continue reading Online Classes: The Struggle
By Magan Porter and Michelle Lecumberry Students are adapting to the changes at Lone Star College-Kingwood, with just having two buildings functioning classes have been changed to an online format, hybrid or moved to a different campus like The Atascocita Center, the EMCID or North Harris. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZIAnGd5uQA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qY0EICmy3jM https://youtu.be/bB4UO9f6zEQ
By Genesis Rodriguez, Reporter. This fall semester has been hectic, overloaded, and stressful for many students at Lone Star College-Kingwood, but through all this chaos, LSC-Kingwood and the community came together as one. Although this year has been filled with struggles, it has managed to bring a sense of peace for many who need help.… Continue reading Lone Star College-Kingwood Community Food Fair.
By Michelle Lecumberry, News Editor. College students often think that making good grades is almost directly proportional at not getting a good night sleep. In today's world, looking tired is deemed a reflection of how hard a student has been working. If they look refreshed and healthy, people seem to think that they are probably… Continue reading Get the Grade, Get Some Sleep
By Emily Slater, Editor-in-Chief Houstonians and cardboard signs sat scattered throughout Market Square Park, baking in the Houston sun. The calm was broken by a voice through a megaphone, directing the people to line up in twos. It was time to march. After the Trump administration’s announcement to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA),… Continue reading Local Activist March to Defend DACA